Had chk error. Before I could fix it, the screen now shows gibberish, random lcd characters, chick a block all over the screen. I can't reset. Tried new batteries. Na da. Just a screen loaded with various display icons and labels, all at once.
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From FixYa Support: The "ERR" message reportedly means a memory error.
Please NOTE: This solution will
wipe out the memory.
Press the STOP and DISP/MENU buttons at the same
time for about 2 seconds, and then the display should show "FOR". It will
supposedly erase the whole memory, but will at least make the device usable
remove the new memory first. if that does not help you may have some a virus, indicated by safe mode workng fine. One other thing i found would do that is a damaged Hard drive, not to likely here because safe mode works.
You need to ensure you have the correct drivers for your computer. Adobe uses PostScript drivers to print out .pdf files. Some drivers are Printer Control Language (PCL) and do not work well with .pdf.
I had a similar sounding problem my Olympus VN-5000. I would turn it on, it would show "CHK" for a few seconds, and then "ERR." This persisted despite fresh batteries. The "ERR" message reportedly means a memory error. I found a solution, which appears to reformat the memory. Try to press the STOP and DISP/MENU buttons at the same time for about 2 seconds, and then the display should show "FOR". It will supposedly erase the whole memory, but will at least make the device usable again! I hope this solution works for your model...