My sony cybershot dsc-w130 doesn't seem to be charging.
My daughter's dsc-w130 has been without a charge for a couple months now. She needs to use it in the morning and, luckily, I just found the usb charging cord. I've plugged it in to two computers and three different usb ports, but it doesn't seem to be charging. Could it just be THAT dead? Or do I have another problem? Again, she needs it in about 8 hours.
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It is possible that the image sensor which is the CCD- charge coupled device is faulty and will need a replacement. However it is important that the OE part is required and so is best to take consensus with Sony spares and service.
Yes its could be the battery ,have you try the power plug from the charger to see if its works if yes you may suspect the battery
because the ion lithium battery after a while of charging they come with a memory effect so when you charge it, they only charge a part
of the power and dont charge fully..
I have a Sony Cybershot DSC T70 and it keeps saying "Reinsert memory stick" whenever I turn on the camera or slide down the camera lid. Also, whenever I try to view the pictures on my laptop it shows "Please reinsert the memory stick" something along those lines. As I have been researching for the solution, I would have to format the memory card. However, I wouldn't want to lose the pictures as I just took many as from the holiday last week. The only problem is the memory card, I tried using another memory card and it works fine with the camera. There is nothing wrong with the camera.\r\nCan someone please help me how to solve the memory stick problem? It would be great. Ty.
The first charge you should let it go overnight, so it has a good solid charge. After that it depends on the mAH of the battery, the higher the number, like 1400, it should take about 3 hours. There should be a led light on the charger, its red when charging and turns green when completed. The chargers have a voltage regulator on them, so that you can't over charge a battery.