WE HAVE HAD OUR WHEELRITER 6 FOR OVER 20 YEARS. THE MEMORY APPEARS TO BE GONE. WE PUT NEW BATTERIES IN, BUT WE HAVE LOST ALL IN THE DIRECTORY. WHEN WE HIT DIR. PRINT IT ONLY PRINTS 13500 SECRETARY CAN'T REMEMBER HOW TO REPROGRAM AND CAN'T OUR FIND MANUAL. CAN YOU ASSIST?
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Re: WHEELRITER 6 LOST MEMORY.
When it turns on do the lights blink and go out on the first key touched? If so the battery hilder is probably corroded. Clean the contacts with sand paper. When this is solved you can start storing again. The data is lost and can't be retrieved.
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look for a new drive letter on the laptop. Check the directory for the new drive letter for the pictures. If no new drive letter appears, try putting the memory card in the slot several times to make sure there is a good connection between the card and the computer.
I think you had dropped the phone. Dont worry...The data will be there in your phone. Connect your phone to a PC.Browse all the directories(Not only just the directory which corresponds to the locations where the files where present).Sometimes you can see some newly created directories also. DOnt leave any directories. You will find it.
if the gps relies on the main battery for memory,that is why it is gone.the battery died
they should have a separate back up like a computer has a battery inside to retain the bios information and clock settings.
you should have a small secondary battery like a motorcycle battery,in parallel with the main battery isolated by a diode.
You need 1 mobile phones and a memory card reader.
1) Do _not_ turn off the mobile phone!
2) Remove the Memory Card (MMC) from the locked phone and put it into a
memory card reader. Create
the directory E:\System\Recogs and copy thc-nokia-unlock.mdl into
3) Remove the Memory Card and place it into the locked phone.
The THC-NOKIA-UNLOCK program should start after 120 seconds.
4) Remove the battery. Remove the MMC. Put the battery back and restart.
The Phone Lock has been reset to "12345".
Once the DATA ERROR DISPLAY appears,You will not be able to INPUT or EDIT DATA, though you will be able to recall Data after pressing CLEAR to clear the error message.**YOU WILL
WANT TO SAVE ALL YOUR DATA OR WRITE EVERYTHING DOWN AT THIS POINT, BECAUSE THE ONLY WAY TO GET
THIS DEVICE BACK TO NORMAL OPERATION IS TO PRES RESET IN THE BACK -IF YOU PRESS RESET YOU WILL LOSE ALL INFORMATION PERMANENTLY.
In order to return the memory to normal (allowing further input and editing of data), you must perform the RESET OPERATION to clear the memory of all data-Make sure you have backed up or taken a hardcopy of this information before Resetting or it will be gone and there is nothing you can do to get it back.Once you have RESET you can re-input the data you have written down.
WHAT CAUSES THE ERROR MESSAGE?Interruption of battery power.Severe electrostatic charge,impact,change in temperature
or humidity.Hardware Problem.
Recommendations:Replace batteries every 2 years, regardless of use.Use only CR2032 Lithium batteries.Replace all batteries-Never mix old ones with new ones!
Caution: All data stored is lost if you remove more than 1 battery at a time. The following Info is per the instruction manual-WHICH ALSO SAYS :Be sure you keep a separate copy of all important data that you store in the SF-5100/SF-5300.Hope this helps.
Hi flashlal - I have a Cannon PowerShot S400 and I had a similar problem which uses a compact flash card. I could only view a few photos and it seemed like the rest were gone. I verified that my photos were on the compact flash card when I installed it in my pc and navigated to the compact flash card (You can do that by double clicking on the "My compute" icon). Then double click to the directory to where your memory card is located and navigate through the files. I noticed that my photos were there because the file size was in the hundreds of kilobytes (700KB and up), but the names of all the files were corrupt - they had symbols in the name. I figured at this point I had nothing to lose so I did a "check and repair disk" on the compact flash. To do this: take note of the directory that your memory card is located in (it should be something other than C:). Once you know where your memory card is located, you go to your start button on the PC, then to run. A pop-up window appears.The command to repair your disk is "chkdsk /f", however you have to tell it the directory of where your memory card is located. For me my memory card was in the E: drive so I had to type: chkdsk e: /f
Once it finished running I went back to the my computer window and navigated to my compact flash folders. I looked at my photo names. I had to rename all my photos by putting the extenstion of "JPG" back as the file type. Once I did this, I could then view my pictures. The only thing I lost was the added information that my camera puts on it like the date, time, and camera setting used to take the picture. I was fine with not having that because it was more important for me to retrieve my pictures.
I've solved it. I'll bet a buck you also bought a memory card reader. If you hook the memory card (or camera) to a computer, you'll see a directory with a name like fuji_999. After you download the pictures delete that directory from the memory card, and the problem's solved. I just did it with a 1 gig xd card in my daughter's fuji 480. It had a main directory on the card called DXsomething, and 2 subdirectories, fuji_100, and fuji_999. I deleted all three directories (after saving the photos), and the problem is gone. Hope it works for you.