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ON MY DISPLAY

WHAT DOE A FLASHING E:91:01 MEAN E 91 prob here

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Hi

This is normally a problem with the flash. Try resetting all the options to default through the menu... I think Sony calls it 'initialize' but I don't have a W35 on hand to walk through the steps sorry.

Hopefully this will work. If not, you will have to replace the flash, but you may still have to clear the error message after replacing the flash and that takes specialized equipment.

Good luck

Thomas

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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SOURCE: ON MY DISPLAY

Press Menu button
togle across from REC Mode to setup
togle down thrice from camera to setup 1
togle across into sub menu
togle down from four times to Initialize
togle across again to the sub-menu
togle up from cancel to OK
press center button to accept the OK choice
Screen changes and so press okay again
It should restart the camera
Opening on the 'Clock Set' screen
togle down to cancel and use the camera and make sure that you have the camera to flash, if it works try again in the Auto function.
If it is still not working do not worry follow the steps again two or three more times, As this is generally a software error message and not a hardware malfunction.
If it is working then don't forget to set your Clock.

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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ON MY DISPLAY


Press Menu button
togle across from REC Mode to setup
togle down thrice from camera to setup 1
togle across into sub menu
togle down from four times to Initialize
togle across again to the sub-menu
togle up from cancel to OK
press center button to accept the OK choice
Screen changes and so press okay again
It should restart the camera
Opening on the 'Clock Set' screen
togle down to cancel and use the camera and make sure that you have the camera to flash, if it works try again in the Auto function.
If it is still not working do not worry follow the steps again two or three more times, As this is generally a software error message and not a hardware malfunction.
If it is working then don't forget to set your Clock.

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