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System error one day last year i put my sd card into my camera, and it came up with "system error" then i took it out and it was fine, then I put it in again and the same happend, i then took it out (once again) but it still came up with system error, i cannot take, view, or even make the lense come out...

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    Got the infamous System Error 2 on my Nikon Coolpix 8800. Tried the "Reset" solution on setup to no avail. Tried turning of VR and no success. I have used the camera since Jan 2005 with amazing photo's and no problems. Used it for wild life and the flexible zoom has been great. Alas system error 2 means turning the camera on and off after each shot! No use for wild life. Any other solutions known? Problem seems to have come after downloading photos to a Windows Vista laptop.



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Check for bent pins in the card compartment - put a flashlight into it and check to see if there are any out of line. Next get another SD card that you know is good. Take batteries out of the camera for an hour, put the new card in and turn the camera on. If it doesn't work do the same just don't put a card in. If you were sharing card between cameras I'd recommend REFORMATING the card in the camera it's to be used in, before trying to take pix. I would format the card on your Computer and again in your camera BEFORE you use it and it should be fine. Your card can get corrupted if you interupt the camera when it's trying to write to the card. Corrupted card can be fixed by formating (on PC) but remember formating erases data. There is specialist software availalbe to recover/repair corrupted cards of all types. Do a search on google/yahoo/ask.com Be sure your dials are set at a detent. Not between letters. Take out the battery, wait a few days then put it in. If you can go to the menus and look for the reset and do the reset. Be sure you have a good compatible card in it and if nothing stops the error message look up Nikon service and arrange to send it in to be fixed. They also clean the camera and load the latest software when they fix it. I guess you do not have a warranty?

Posted on Jun 25, 2006

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System Error 2 on Nikon Coolpix 8800 is usually after blow, even the small one, when you or somebody kick the camera and yes, FULL RESET on Set Up mode is just one solution. It's camera's error not the card.

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