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"System Error" & camera turns off when I try to us the instant playback.

When I try to look at the picture I took, I try to go to instant playback and "System Error" shows on the screen and the camera turns off.

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Remove the SD card, use a card reader to view files on your PC. Save any pictures that you want to keep - and then delete the file and also the DCIM parent folder. Once you have done this, try it back in the camera. Worked fine for us after this.

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I have the same problem. Did you ever get any advice?
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Try for the Technical Support team at Minolta[May be Sony now] you could try to upload images to vomputer to see if they are there I cant say whether this is a camera problem or card problem, what you say

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