A formatting function is existing from the camera menue. One of the tings that you can do is to take a pencil eraser and rub it on the gold contacts on the memory stick. At Sony they dont seem to know the c1301 code. I know this card is good too, so I suspect a hardware failure with the camera. check my blog
Most of the time all is fine. The error has gone. I took it to the SONY customer service and they said it is simply because dust particles have been accumulated on the memory stick reading slot inside the camera. Here you go. https://community.sony.com/t5/Cybershot-Cameras/Error-C-13-01/td-p/7625
Joe Joe H Fri, 23 Feb 2007 15:05:12 -0800 Here's my experience so far trying to resolve C 13 01 with a failing Memory Stick and saving my photos on the It recovered all my photos and movies from the memory. I also blew the memory card slot multiple times before doing her advice. I bought a 2GB memory stick and it will not work.
Hope this helps!Hi guys! The extra warranty was $60 on top of a $400 camera with a $100 memory card, but that would be $60 now that I can spend towards a better camera. Here's how:1. Sony Support THat error can be writen at any part of your M stick, sometimes goes to the picture and some times to other parts causing formatting problems.
Befor this procedure I got mad for several hours trying everything to get rid of C:13:01. Sony Memory Stick Error I tried to recover the pic but now when I connect the usb with the reader it doesnt show the drive. But when I'd stick it back in the camera after a fresh format, it still wouldn't work. Dana Wed, 12 Apr 2006 09:48:31 -0700 Dana, the symptom you described seems to indicate that your Sony digital camera only support the Memory Stick standard, and not the newer and
Called Customer Service and Headquarters, right bunch of a**holes they are. No results with "Pc inspector smart recovey" though, won't detect my drives, any of them (cardreader), including the camera itself. I used a FAT format and the memory I was getting the format error worked fine. Then used the camera to format disc as well.
I´ve concluded that the defect is in the memory stick because the camera reads prefectly another one I have, so do the computer.regards, Andrea Comment 1, Last comment by samlucido Jun Did not try any other sticks 'till now, will try that tomorrow. Reinsert The Memory Card Sony Cybershot Sony is dead. Sony Dsc-f707 Memory Stick Error I have a DSC-P200.
Jeez.. http://phabletkeyboards.com/sony-cybershot/sony-cybershot-error-c-32-01.php BACKUP BACKUP BACKUP!!!!! 2) Now, erase everything on the stick. 3) Create a new folder on the stick called DCIM4) Enter the DCIM folder by double clicking on it. 5) Create I guess it must of flicked over on accident or something. This was supposed to be a minimum $200 fix from Sony. 13:01 Time
Arpe Sun, 10 Dec 2006 09:13:44 -0800 Anyone had F717 giving the problem of memory stick error which prompts C:13:01 something like that? Regards Rune Reply Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 » More © 2001-2012 - Pechorin's - Contact Us - Report a bug Pechorin's does not take responsibility for the GTOGUYDYE Sat, 12 Aug 2006 23:38:55 -0700 I have a Mavica CD-1000 with this C:13:01 error code. news Bernd Taeger Apr 9, 2009 If anyone else has similar problems...
SO its basically had it. Apparently it involves the memory stick.http://artsybelle.blogspot.com/2009/10/c1301-error-code-artsybelle-fix-and.htmlKudos for artsybelle! We were trying to use larger memory larger than what the camera supported.
After I read all the above postings, I was getting desperate! and after doing that the c;13;01 error was gone. Now when I connect my camera with the usb it doesnt found the drives. This error code means that the camera is not working in a proper condition.
I returned the camera to the Sony service centre in Pencoed, South Wales and it came back with both defects repaired.Their description of the repair says:- CCD Replacement and PWB, FP-617 Scroll down to format. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Back to Cameras forum 16 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions icon More about the author It very likely seems to be not a very helpful error message, as the problem can be of several origins.Mine was solved by the Formatter you can find on the Sony
Not sure. I've been wanting to get a new digital SLR with external flash. Your system should be able to read it a show you the contents...using MAC OSX this worked. Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion
I cannot find a regular old memory stick to test this theory so who knows. It is slow but works for free. I suspect the camera isn't capable of formatting the stick on its own. On the stick there was this little lock switch, and I flicked it to the other side.
I have the problem with the 1Gb Sony memory stick PRO as well as with a 128Mb Lexar memory stick as well as with a 16Mb Sony memroy stick.Now I also this drives me crazy!!!!! Please let me know what all are the options I need to try to fix the problem. POST!Has anyone else tried opening their camera and manually fixing it (like you see in the pictures above)?
No problems yet and I've been snapping photos for a few hours. To get out of that screen, hit the LEFT arrow twice. Have been to the recommended Sony site to reformat memory stick but it does not apply to the 512mb Pro stick!Camera works fine(at the moment) with Sony 128mb and 32mb. We have a Sony F707 that I absolutely love.
Good luck finding one.)I do not know if Sony is trying to protect proprietary material, or it is trying to force its customers to upgrade. After I did it my camera works properly again.