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Nokia 3110c formatcode

You can do a factory reset on most Nokias by dialing *#7370#, it may prompt you to dial 12345 to confirm the reset and then select yes or ok. This will delete all data from the phone and restore it to its original condition.

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Mar 02, 2011 | Nokia 3110 Cellular Phone

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Currently cannot access any functions on the camera. Get a error message, "format error C-1301". Thanks for the help. RW

The memory card needs to be formatted in FAT format, not FAT32 or NTFS. If you can, put the memory card in your computer, right click it to select FORMAT... then select the quick and simple FAT format.

Good Luck!

Feb 20, 2011 | Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-F828 Digital Camera

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I am getting system error when trying to take a picture. Using an 8GB SD card. Might it be the problem? I have formatted it.

If the camera have limitation on memory capacity and this 8GB memory is larger than the limitation, the camera may can't read the memory.
Or the problem came from the formatting process. What kind of formatting did you use, FAT or FAT32? Sometimes a gadget can only read one of this format, FAT or FAT32. Maybe you can try to reformat with different type of formatting. For example, if you have formatted this card with FAT then this time try to format it with FAT32.

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Jan 06, 2011 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE A200 Digital Camera

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I have a samsung s850 and i dont have cable for camera and have internal memmory where i have some pictures, i need to get the pictures from there onto a memory card but when i put it in camera i dont see...

if the file system of the memory card is not supported by the camera for e.g. most of the memory card needs to be formatted in FAT or FAT32 file system.better get a memory card reader and plug it in to your computer then once its detected by the computer right click the memory card then select properties then it will show what is the file type. try to format the memory card to FAT and check if your camera will detect it if not then format the memory card to FAT 32. but you have to make sure that you back up any files you have on your memory card beofre formatting

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Sep 06, 2010 | Samsung S850 Digital Camera

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How can I delete videos from the cmaera. Deleteing them from the list is easy, but they are still in the camera taking up memory?

When you format the flash card in a digital camera, it puts in a FAT to allocate the digital picture files. When you delete any files one by one, they are removed from the FAT. when you take some pictures, they will be put into the FAT overrun the old data nolonger in the FAT. Do you have a problem not deleting in the FAT? If so, try to do a format. Some cameras can not do HD(nand flash) 4 mB or larger. You have to use a smaller flash card.

Aug 26, 2010 | Cameras

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be sure it is not blocked. (it has a locking button on the side) and after that into the menu of the camera look for format reset card ...this is the best way to do it cause it will format it on the way camera will support it ...Beware cause this will delete all your pictures..
usually the format feature will be on the view picture mode...around the option for delete single or multiple picks..
but if this is too hard ..just nsert the card into a card reader in a laptop or computer ...go to my computer will be seen as a removable storage device right on it ..and than format ...choose to format in fat 32 not in ntfs cause the camera may not read it after that ..
so ...fat or fat 32 will be the mode...and if you have patience do not do it in the quick mode..cause it may cause damages in the long term ..(after a few times)

Apr 17, 2010 | Cameras

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How do i get my camera to accept the memory card.

If your using a camera that is older with a newer card over 2 GB you cannot use the FAT file system on the card. 2 GB is about your limit if this is the case. If your camera has the SDHC logo on it you can use a card larger then 2 GB, otherwise not. If this is where your problem is consider purchasing a smaller card. to check if your card is in FAT or NTFS you can insert it in the computer " granted your computer can read SDHC " right click on the card and check the properties. If your camera only says SD on the logo then you may have issues using a card over 2 GB. If this is not the case you might actually have a bad card, try a FAT formatt in the computer and if that fails you might need to purchase a card without defects, though defective cards are extreamely rare.

Mar 12, 2010 | Kodak EasyShare C315 Digital Camera

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Can Someone Please Help I've Tried So MAny Memory Cards And none Of Em Seem To Work. The Camera Always Says "This Card Cannot Be Used". CAn Anyone Tell Me Wat Kind Of Memory Card To Use?

i got the same message after formatting the card. "this card cant be used"
i reformatted the card again but instead of selecting FAT 32 I selected FAT.
Placing the card in the camera it worked as normal.
Seems to be a simple and easy solution. hope its useful.

So format your card with your computer, you may need a card reader if you don't have one already, go to the SD drove and format it using FAT. place it back into the camera and see if that helps

Feb 17, 2010 | Nikon Coolpix S50 Digital Camera

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When putting the memory card into the slot, the screen reads 'memory card error'. Also, will not read the camera when plugged into USB socket. Please Help!

Hi there,
The camera port only supports USB-equipped digital cameras that support Pict-Bridge. If you attach a USB device that is not compactible digital camera (or Bluetooth adaptor) to the camera port, an error message appears on the color graphics display. If you have an older HP-brand digital camera, try using the USB that came with the camera. PLug it into the USB port on the back of the HP-all-in-one and not into the camera port near the memory card slots, This works with HP digital cameras only.
By default, Windows XP will format a memory card of 8 MB or less and 64 MB more with the FAT32 format, Digital cameras and other devices use the FAT (FAT 16 or FAT 12) format and cannot operate with a FAT32 formatted card. Either format your memory card in your camera or select FAT format to format your memory card in a Windows XP PC.

Hope this helps.
Have a good day.

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