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Corrupted software My camera can not take pics because the internal software was corrupted by a virus when pluged to computer. How can I get back the right software for Fuji Finepix S5000? lsarmento@tdm.co.mz Please HELP

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If you can get into the setup menu, scroll to "reset" and follow the on-screen instructions. If not, try a manual reset...remove the card and battery...press all the buttons...leave the camera alone for 20 minutes...insert the card and then the battery...turn it on. Did that work?

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How does corrupted photos get corrupted in the first place?


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How can i fix my cam i have a Fuji fine pix F10....where it reads card error and when i do formatting my cam it does not work then it reads card not initialized what is it means?is my camera hd...


Hi there remove the card and and use the camera memory for photography. If you success then format the memory card from computer. Make sure there is no virus in your card or computer. After that fix it back and on the camera. I hope your problem will be solve. If your face the same problem in camera internal memory option then i suggest you visit service center for repair. Your camera software might corrupted. I hope its working after memory card formating. Thanks & waiting for your feedback.

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Highly recommend that you consider using a card reader to download you pictures. You insert the camera's memory card into the reader, and then insert the reader into a USB port on your computer. The card then shows up as a hard drive so that you can simply copy/paste or drag your picture files onto your computer. Card readers are much more faster in downloading pics, do not require the use of your camera's batteries, and provide much more reliable downloading of the pictures (fewer errors). They're also VERY inexpensive these days. Here are some examples of CF card readers from Amazon:

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Also, if the card has somehow become corrupted, take no more pics until you've recovered the photos. Take the card out of the camera. Here's some freeware photo recovery software that should be what you're looking for:
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You will also need to use a card reader with this software. Finally AFTER you've recovered your photos, recommend formatting the card IN YOUR CAMERA to prevent this from happening again. Note that formatting will totally erase your card. Turn on the camera, press the menu button, select the tools menu. Go down to the selection that states your CF card's memory capacity and select it. Then follow the formatting prompts.

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Looks like you have managed to corrupt your memory card, this is normally caused by the card being taken out of a camera/computer while data is still being written to the card.

You may be able to recover the images using a file recovery program.

You could try some of the free ones they seem to work ok from my experince.

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