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1) Using new memory card. first connecting memory card to computer and format. and insert memory card to camera. making single shot. then connecting computer you see picture. Memory card formating in camera may be not working computer or other device.
I'm not sure if you've gotten this resolved, you probably have - however, others will find this useful. When I left my memory card out the camera worked fine but when I would insert the memory card again, poof: "SYSTEM ERROR (FOCUS)." You can take your memory card to most photo places, even Costco/Walgreens, and ask them to reset your card. It doesn't erase the pictures on there but it does a reset/reboot to the card. Anyhow, I hope this helps. Good luck!
It is possible that the memory of your camera got corrupted. You can try and format the memory and see if it will clear any errors and make the memory (card) available for use of the camera.
Should you want to try and recover any images stored in the memory card, it has to be a removable one that you can plug in to a card reader attached to a PC. Run data recovery software to hopefully recover whatever you can from the memory. You can also format the memory with your PC and use a disk checking utility to check for any other errors. Thereafter, if things are ok, it will be ready for use of the camera.
Hope this be of some use to you. Post back how things went or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.