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Card error - Ricoh Caplio RR630 Digital Camera

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  • rashidl Aug 22, 2008

    I have same camera, just bought fuji XD N type 1gb memory card, but camera shows card error.

    Does this new card need to be formatted or something?

  • iwas1now66 Aug 23, 2008

    #1 Problem Power on button did not work. Sent camera to Fujifilm service and was fixed for $80.00 usd. Received camera and pressed power on, works great.
    #2 New problem. Card Error. Changed card. Same Result, Card error. I have charged battery, been thru entire menu and even reset to original. Tried format but seems short in time. About 2 sec. and card error in tour face again. Before I send camera back to Fujiidiot, any suggestions welcome.
    Thanx, Dave in St. Louis


  • lmnop123 Aug 30, 2008

    I have the same problem with a card error on a new memory card. I don't see a solution. Can anyone help?

  • kebrdlebev Oct 04, 2008

    I would give the same description as the others on the card error. Bought a new one, camera locks up on all buttons except pressing to format card, which jumps right to card error message. Nothing works to fix this. Has anyone contacted Olympus, if that's an option?

  • Anonymous Oct 23, 2008

    same. Except started as soon as i put card in

  • fredageeds Nov 19, 2008

    camera shows card error and won,t do anything

  • gmoore229 Nov 26, 2008

    My camera got dropped. It says" card read error". I cannot get my pictures now nor can I take a picture. The camera does still come on but goes directly to that error.

  • pelmet Nov 27, 2008

    i recently purchased a new 2gb xd type m memory card for my camera but when inserted into camera it is showing card error is this card compatible with my mera???? thanks keith

  • Anonymous Nov 28, 2008

    same problem

  • Anonymous Dec 06, 2008

    my fiance got me a camera for christmas and i take about 15 picture and then when i show them to my friends it says card error and i can't take anyore i have to erase all the pictures and start all over

  • krey8ivbrain Dec 07, 2008

    The camera was working fine then not. Now I turn on the camera and get a card error and nothing else. I was able to put the card into my printer and get all the pictures. I tried the original card that came with the camera as well as a new one, nothing works. I tried a fix site but I can't even get the camera to show the firmware for an update...

  • thaydock Dec 08, 2008

    I have tried putting in two new sd cards in and it is displaying "card error" on the LCD for both.

  • chandradunn Dec 13, 2008

    after i get the card error it asks me to format the card..i did this and it still doesn't work.

  • Spideog Dec 15, 2008

    Internal memory works. SD card is in"ERROR" state. Where to from here?

  • jts122 Jan 11, 2009

    new card placed in camera--"card error" continues to appear

  • petrosem Jan 16, 2009

    I have a Nikon D1 I purchased used and everything works fine except I get a card error on any card I load into the camera...have not figured solution yet.


    Art

  • Anonymous Jan 29, 2009

    Olympus 1030 SW, 'card error' appears when viewing certain image and will not function until turned off and on again. If this image is not viewed the camera functions as normal, however, problem image cannot be deleted.

  • Anonymous Feb 16, 2009

    card error after having the pictures removed after formatting. tryed new caed same results

  • ablamlpal Apr 27, 2009

    card error in olympus d-390. nothing wrong with card as far as i can tell because my computer reads the card just fine.

  • bryan66 May 11, 2010

    card error

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Hello All,

I had the same problem with my finepix S5200. Worked fine for years, then one day "Card Error". Reformatting on both camera and computer did not work, in fact my PC could not complete the reformat.

Anyway, as weird as this sounds, how the problem became resolved was simply cleaning out the slot where the xD card is inserted. There may have been some dust or who knows what causing the problem. Not guaranteeing a fix for everybody.... but give it a shot, worked for me :).

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Carefully clean the card contacts. put a piece of paper around the card and insert it and holding one end of the paper pull the card in and out thus polishing the contact in the camera- take great care here. Remove paper Now try what happens? ?

Posted on Jun 09, 2007

Scream i have just took loads of lovely piccys in brighton and the message when i try to download my photo said card notinitialized

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

Go to your menu on your camera click reset all settings see how that works!!!

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