Question about Gateway DC-T50 Digital Camera
Its states no card but the card is there
I used to put a piece of plastic under the battery compartment cover to push SD card further, then I used to stick 2-3 layers of insulation tape on the card to make it stuck deeper inside. It helped for some time. Finally I disassembled the camera and slightly bended spring contacts responsible for recognition of the card. The problem disappeared forever.
P.S. When I spoke to local service shop the guy suggested replacement of PCB, it costed more than I payed for the camera. I purchased the camera on E-Bay for $80.
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
I havd the same problem. The contacts arent pushing the card in far enough to be recognized. Ive been stuffing a small piece of folded paper in there to push it down. Its annoying, but solves the problem.
Posted on Dec 02, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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