I wanted to upgrade my Ricoh RDC-7. (approx six years old)
Found the install guide but used a 64MB memory card instead of the recommended 32Mb. (Foolish I know) but I cannot purchase a 32MB or less card over here.
Teh upgrade failed and now th ecamera does not start up anymore. The problem occurs that when pressing the ?on button? the red and green led go on and stay on.
I tried several other buttons (pressing them together with the on switch)
No luck, the camera is not working anymore.
Is their a way to onload the power on the camera's internal battery and to install the newist version of factory software in to camera's memory?
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A 200e that locks up usually need a memory and a firmware upgrade. The original 200's only have 32mb of internal memory. The upgraded mini print board that is used in the 730 has 64mb of memory. This 64mb board was used in the 200 as a upgrade and this stopped the lock up problem. Also over the years Bernina has improved the firmware and this also cures the lock up problem. The latest and probably last firmware version for the 200e is version 5, also called the cutwork version. The easiest thing for you to do would be to take your 200 to a dealer and have them install a 64mb mini print board and also upgrade your machines firmware to the latest version 5. Also if you have loaded embroidery designs in your machine, remove them as they use up the machines memory. When you get too many designs loaded even if you have a 64 MB board in your machine you can still have lockup problems.
That graphics card is not supported by Windows 7 - it does not have enough VRAM to run Windows Aero. If you want to use Windows 7 to it's full graphics potential, you will need to upgrade your video card.
You can manually install the universal usb driver for mavica camera. basically you connect the fd92 and wait for the failure report. then manually select the usb driver from the list. this will install the memory card as a flash drive and enable you to copy pictures to your hard drive.
You can check on copytechnet.com on how to get it. Heres what I know about it as a copier technician.
Ricoh provides the firmware upgrades to their technicians. The firmware has to be decrypted using a special program the runs about $300 from a company in Germany. Its a proprietary archive file that gets decrypted and put onto a pcmcia memory card. You can find them on EBAY. It has to be 64mb in order for the copier to read it. I tried using a compact flash memory card connected to a pcmcia card and I didn't have any luck using it. The utlility program can lock up the notebook computer as well if it isn't setup right. You can get a pcmcia card reader for a workstation as well. Ricoh used to make those for that particular reason.