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The CF access lamp should flash every time you made a picture. As long as it is flashing it is saving the picture you shot. This is what the manual says about the flashing:
If it darts flashing, when inserted, and to does not stop flashing, perhaps it is indicating, it needs a format.
I lost contact with CF cards, since my new camera's do have SDxx cards, bet perhaps the CF card you inserted, is not compatible with your camera. I don't know if the new high capacity CF cards can be accessed by your camera. Thy a 2 Gbyte. If it works, perhaps that is the max you can use?
I connect to an unpainted surface, of an empty open desktop computer case. (I don't feel an Anti-Static Mat is warranted, and can explain)
You can set a large metal serving tray (Unpainted), on the table you're working on, and connect to it. Or perhaps a large metal knickknack. (Unpainted)
You can't discharge Static by touching the metal frame, of the laptop. Doesn't work that way. (ZZZZZzzzzap! Goodbye computer )
C) Use a multi-compartment container for the various screws you will remove. Label each compartment for the area the screw/s come out of. SOME screws look VERY similar to other screws! Advise do NOT mix them up.
D) Take photos, or use a video cam; if available. Use good lighting. Make notes, and/or drawings if you wish.
It's nice to have a Personal record, as well as a Service Manual, and pictorial information. It's nicer to have YOUR method YOU used, along with the above.
No.1 Philips screwdriver
Put everything back just LIKE it came out. Don't pinch any cables.
Ok here is the issues with the Canon 300D digital Rebel XT model of
camera. First issue bent pins or broken pins the CF card reader on this
camera is Surface mounted soildered onto the bottom half of the
mainboard a large ammount of disasimboly is required. After removing
the mainboard next you need is a desolder rework station. to carefully
remove the CF card reader from the mainboard one messup and it might be
easier to replace the mainboard. Sometimes. next issue is the power
issue if you have no bent pins or missing pins, and the battery door is
pushing on the door closure switch and the memory card door is pusting
on its door closure switch then most likely you issue is 1 of 3 fuses
underneath the power switch. these switches are the size of a few
grains of salt very very small.I charge 150.00 to change the fuses and
225.00 to replace the CF card reader as long as none of the traces are
damaged. if they are damaged the main board would need to be replaced
and it is around 250.00 + depending on the parts cost at the time. If
your good at soldering go for it. if not then let the experts do it.
Remove lens, CF card, and battery. Leave in a
dry and slightly warm place for 24 hours. Clean lens contacts with a
cloth or cue tip and eclipse/alcohol.
If the camera doesn't turn on after this, even without CF card
and lens attached, then it needs to go to a Canon service centre. Don't
tell them you got it wet, and maybe it will get repaired FOC.
It's not a phone. It's a pocket PC. CAUTION: For synchronization to work properly, install Microsoft
ActiveSync on your personal computer before you connect your
iPAQ Pocket PC to your computer.
To install a CompactFlash (CF) or Secure Digital (SD) card into
an expansion slot on the iPAQ Pocket PC:
1. Locate the appropriate slot on the top of the iPAQ Pocket PC.
To identify slot locations, refer to the Getting Started
document that came with the iPAQ Pocket PC.
2. Before inserting a CompactFlash (CF) card into the CF
expansion slot, pull the plastic slot cover from the CF slot.
3. Insert the expansion card into the appropriate expansion slot
and push the connection edge of the card firmly into the
✎If your expansion card is not recognized, follow the card
manufacturer’s instructions to install it.
✎For more detailed help, refer to the Help files installed on your
iPAQ Pocket PC. From the Start menu, tap Help > Connections.
✎To prevent power loss, remove any expansion cards from either
the CF or SD expansion slots before turning off the iPAQ
Your iPAQ Pocket PC supports 802.11b Wireless LAN (WLAN) technology using the expansion slot in the top of the device.
Figure 1: Expansion slot
To make your Pocket PC a WLAN device, you need: