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If the display reads "reinitializing" but does not come to ready, your first troubleshooting step is to disconnect any USB or Network cables attached to the printer and restart the printer. If you still get the error, then likely the formatter on the printer is bad.
Maybe the file is missing, or there is a defect on the disk. I suggest you go the education.ti.com website and download the trial software from there. Install it on your computer and validate it with the license that came with your calculator.
the error code is teling you that one of the sensors is stuck, you may want to try tapping the camera on both sides and the bottom this useually losens the sensor that is stuck and solves the problem, try tapping it on a table top.
I have found a solution, albeit for MacOS X (v10.5)
1) Take a dummy picture.
2) Connect the camera to the Macintosh computer.
3) The camera is mounted as a "NO NAME" disk.
4) Open the subfolder "100NIKON" in the folder "DCIM"
5) Rename the "DSCN0001.JPG" picture to "DSCN5050.JPG"
6) Eject the camera disk. It is done!
7) Take your picture, and delete the dummy one.
As far as it goes, it seems to work for me. Number sequencing will start at "DSCN5050"
After months of U99 errors, I was able to fix my unit by reinitializing the defaults while using a CD-R with a firmware fix downloaded from the internet. Power the unit down, press Skip/Rev + Time Slip + Open/Close for 5 seconds. The CDR should be in the disc drive as you do this.