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Without naming what the error could be, the manual only says switch the camera off and on again. If the error reoccurs contact the canon service centre and name the error number.
If that won't work, you also could try to remove the battery, after you switched off the camera. Because there is virtually nothing outside the camera, you could obstruct (like holding a lens) this could be a serious problem. Make sure you move the lens cover so it makes a click. And when having the battery out, please check all contacts in the camera, on the battery and on the memory card. Al contacts should be clean and shiny. Only to be cleaned with a dry cloth. Never use any sharp tool in or close to a camera or to its accessories.
I would take the battery out to reset it and put the chip in and then the battery and fire it up. You can also clear the sd card in windows to avoid naming issues After the card is accepted format it with the camera so the directory structure on the sd is restored
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From page 156 of the "Advanced Camera User Guide":
The file name could not be created because there is an image with the same name as the folder that the camera is attempting to create, or the highest possible file number has already been reached. In the Set up menu, set [File Numbering] to [Auto Reset]; alternatively, save all the images you with to retain onto a computer, then reformat the memory card. Please note that formatting will erase all the existing images and other data.
The file could not be created because there is a file with the same name as the directory that the camera is attempting to create, or the highest possible file number has already been reached. In the Rec. menu, please set [File No.] Reset to [On]. After you save all the images you wish to retain onto a computer, format the SD card. Please note that formatting will erase all the existing images and other data. This information is based on Canon support for your digital camera.
I am assuming that you are using ZoomBrowser EX ver 5.8 which comes with the SD750's Digital Camera Solutions disc. Therefore these instruction will pertain to that version of the program.
You can rename image files using four different naming schemes:
1. Image Name + Number (e.g. Vacation_001.jpg)
2. Shooting date + Number (e.g. 20080601_001.jpg)
3. Name + Shooting date + Number OR
4. Shooting date + Name + Number
There isn't a provision for a time stamp naming convention.
To rename a group of images using one of the above naming schemes simply open ZoomBrowser and point it to the folder that contains the images you wish to rename. For this example let's assume it was your recent vacation photos.
I would utilize either Zoom or Scroll mode to view the images on the main screen. Then follow these steps:
1. Click the task panel labeled "View & Classify"
2. Next click the sub panel "Rename Multiple Files"
3. On the left hand panel click Step 1 "Select images"
[Here you can select any or all images in the folder]
4. Next click Step 2 "Specify Rename Settings"
5. Select the way you want the files to be named and enter
the appropriate settings. Note: If you wish to keep the original
file and make a copy with the new naming scheme make
sure you check "Make Copies of files"
6. Lastly click Finish and your newly renamed files will be there
in the folder.
I'm not sure how to fix the memory card, perhaps you can purchase a memory card reader (usually USB, runs about 10-20 dollars) that you can transfer your photos and/or video to your computer with. As for the memory card itself, many older cameras do not have the capability to recognize and save properly to large capacity memory cards.
There are things called firmware updates, which can help the problems in some cases, you would have to go to Canon's website and find out if you have a firmware update for your camera (I didn't see what kind of camera you have, so if you can reply with that I can do some digging).
Let me know if this helps or if you need more information!