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Nikon d100 cf card not recognized

My d100 was working fine last week. all of a sudden, i have the message
"E" where the remaining exposures are usually at.
i removed the cf card and installed a second card. No luck. "E".
i removed the battery pack and reinstalled it. no luck.
my camera hasnt been dropped, or shocked in any way.
this problem came out of nowhere.
help

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Throw it away and be pissed at the guy who sold it to ya ;-)

Posted on Oct 05, 2008

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Yes i know about this problem. basically its your sensor reading chip which has burnt out. it can be replaced at a cost of about £40/ so not expensive.
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Posted on Oct 05, 2008

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