Question about Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z600 Digital Camera
I have a casio exilim 8.1 mp camera. When I put my memory card into my camera, all it says is card error and won't let me do anything else. What should I do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sound like a bent pin issue. Look at the bottom of the memory card slot, you probably bent one or more of the contactor pins. Use a small screwdriver and carefully try to straight the bent pin then carefully put the memory card back in. From now on, use a USB cable for downloading your pictures and don't pull the card out anymore as the pin is probably weaker than before and can break. Good luck !
Posted on Aug 22, 2007
A system error is a major error that needs to be sent in. There is nothing that we can do at home to fix that one. Sorry.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
SOURCE: my casio Z80 says "card error"
solved it! whell, at least after the 'card error' thing, just go into the menu 'configuration' (even when the build-in-memory card is blocked you can go to the menu) and choose option 'format', it will erase everything but after that it worked for as well the inner memory as well the card.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
just force it back in - it happened to me and i had to pull it pretty hard but figured that it was broken anyway so might as well give it a go - camera worked fine afterwards!
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
Firstly, charge your battery fully. This should solve the switching off. It sounds to me like your card isn't in correctly, or is incompatible, and your internal memory is full. (it usually only stores a few photos for emergencies) Have a look at the type of card you have. If it says SDHC, or is 4GB or larger, it is not compatible with your camera and you need to get a 2GB. If not, it may not be inserted correctly. Push it all the way into the slot and it will click when it's in properly. Then try formatting it. Press review (where you look at the photos) and scroll down to setup- then look for 'format' and press okay. This should sort everything out. You can also copy the photos you've taken in the meantime from the memory to the card by pressing copy in the review menu and scrolling to the right. Hope that helps
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
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