Question about Casio QV-R40 Digital Camera
Casio QV-R40 system error 0e01
This may not do anything, and you may have already thought of this, but here goes...
1. Take out the SD card if you have one in the camera.
2. Remove the batteries and leave them out for 24 hours. Put in GOOD batteries and DO NOT PUT THE SD CARD BACK IN THE CAMERA.
3. Power up the camera. See what happens.
If you face the same problem then you have to reinstall the fireware from service center. Thanks.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
I had this same problem years ago, couln't fix it in any way. Tried the description on http://www.oborona.net/stuff/qv-r40/eng/index.html (reloading firmware) but even that did't work.
Found my old qv-r40 today, and gave it one more try using the above mentioned solution of updating the firmware. Even though I only did again the same as a few years back (updating the camera with the same firmware), this time it worked. Got my old camera working again!
So I suggest you try the solution by oborona.net, and if it doesn't work get the batteries out and wait for a few days before trying to update the firmware again.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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