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The camera is randomlycorrupting image files when writing to cf card ???

Corrupted images remain pixelated and blocky , if you try and open with photoshop they will NOT open and an error message pops up , could not complete your request because an unexpected end-of-file was encountered .

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  • gavwes Oct 20, 2008

    Thanks for the reply . if that is the case how do i go about gettin it replaced ??

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The Card Pcb of the camera is broken, it is replaceable

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New photo files write over existing files.


How large is your memory card? If you're shooting at the full 9mp and highest quality, that takes up a lot of room on a small card.

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Memory card is full and when I plug in the USB cord and turn on the camera I get a message that my device is not connected or is busy, or that it contains no pictures!!


Causes of memory card corruption
  • Turning off a camera before an image is completely written to the memory card.
  • Removing the memory card from a camera while an image is being written to the card.
  • Removing the card from a memory card reader while files are still being transferred to a computer.
  • Batteries conking out as files are being transfered directly from the camera to a computer. Note: always make sure you have fully charged batteries before transferring images.
  • Removing the card from a card reader while folders and files from the card are open on a computer.
  • Opening, deleting, renaming or moving files on the card while its contents are open on a computer.
  • Using a memory card which has not been formatted in the camera. Use the delete/erase function when needed, however a card should be regularly formatted.
  • Formatting a card in a computer instead of the camera.
  • Inserting a second memory card into a card reader before closing and removing the first when viewing images on the card from a computer.
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  • Continually shooting and deleting, shooting and deleting images when the card is full.
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Problems trying to play back images on my CF card


Sometimes if you take the card from the camera to the computer and the computer rotates the file from landscape to portrait it will no longer playback on the camera.

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I lost my manual ...red light is flashing near compact flash card opening


PDF here.

If that little red light (just below the 4-way control) is flashing it is indication the camera is attempting to communicate with the CF. if it never quits, most commonly the culprit is an unformatted, or corrupt/damaged CF card. Replace the card, and reformat in the camera.

any images on old CF MAY be recoverable with a card reader on your PC, but the camera will not read them. Reformatting will destroy the existing images.

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Exposure number in Canon does not change


Due to the age of the camera, the Ultra 2 CF card may be using a different architecture than your other CF cards. In other words, the card is incompatible with the camera.

One other problem may be that the camera is not designed to recognize a card which is of a larger capacity.

As I cannot find the 300D on Canon's site it is difficult to find exact specifications as to the abilities of the camera, as to what type of CF card it will accept, what the largest capacity it will accept, etc.

A more fixable problem would be either that the card is not formatted properly - which may be possible through the camera itself. Please try to navigate the camera's menu to find a format option. If not, you can insert it into a CF card reader and attempt formatting it that way. Please see Here for formatting through a camera.

Also, try Here for yet another possible explanation of your problem, as #6.

If the camera is meant to take the capacity and type of CF card, and is not damaged, the only other explanation is that it is write-protected. As I do not know the exact features of your CF card, I cannot say whether or not it has a manual write-protection switch. If it does, it would be a small sliding piece of plastic or metal on the side of the card which toggles the write-protection feature. It may also be write-protected as a file system, in which case you will need to format it.

If the card refuses to format due to a write-protection, you will need to remove the write-protection from the card first and then format it.

The following picture shows a CF card with a write-protection switch on the left hand side.

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If this proved helpful, please rate. If you need further assistance, please come back and I will attempt to provide further help.

Thank you and take care,
- Dshack.

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Err CF


TRy and reformat the CF card through the camera. Youll lose the pics for sure but you cant see them anyway. You can also check for bent pins in the CF slot. Sometimes if you shut down the camera in mid write to the card, itll mess up the cards FAT (file directory)

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Error code 22


ERR 22: CF DRIVER
DESCRIPTION: This error occurs when image data cannot be written to the CF card. This error can occur when the CF card is not fully seated in the camera or if the D30 does not detect a card-ready signal within a specified time limit or when the CF card is not usable because it has been corrupted or physically damaged. It can also occur when the camera's battery level is insufficient to completely write the file to the CF card. REMEDIAL MEASURE: Use the DC Coupler or recharge the battery first. If the error continues to occur with sufficient power available to the camera, check that the CF card is properly inserted. If that's not the problem, then try replacing the CF card. If that does not solve the problem, have the EOS D30 and one of the CF cards that is causing the problem examined by a qualified service technician.


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WHITE LINES OVER PICTURE


Hi BOONA,
If live video is ok but captured image is displaying "drop out" I would firstly try switching memory cards as it sounds like you may have a memory location issue. Try a simple test of switching over to your XD card and see if the problem still exists. If this works OK you were probably writing to the CF card, but as flash memory has a finite write cycle life (500 to 1000 overwrites) the CF card may have become faulty.
If you still have the same problem on XD as well, then try using the "pixel mapping" feature in the camera menu to see if this re-addresses a CCD image correction problem.
If still faulty then it is most likely the graphics processor circuity in the camera and it will need to go in for service.

Good luck...hope it goes well for you.
Mark
New Zealand

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Scandisk curropt


You'll need a CF reader/adaptor for your computer, and software such as this

http://www.softwarepatch.com/software/smartrecovery.html

 

Just type "recover CF card data" and you'll find a host of downloads.

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CF card problem


Try a CF card reader. If that shows no files then try some file recovery software with the card reader acting like a drive. There are some nice freeware programs that might help. It may be that the files are corrupted then the solution is more difficult. Good Luck!

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