Question about Sony Cameras
Recently, during my friends 25th Wedding Anniversary I took photos and video clips I used 8GB Sony Memory Stick Pro Duo, Made in Japan..while taking video the Memory Stick was full and the battery was low and the error C:13:01 started flashing on the display reading "Reinsert Memory Card,". For me the pics and videos worth million dollars..Kindly provide me with a solution. Neither My camera reads the Memory card nor my PC and Laptop. Kindly I need your help to resolve this issue. Thank you very much in advance. Best Regards, Syed Mahmood Hussaini, Dammam.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sony memory stick pro duo
Well alot of the time there is a issue with the formating that the camera does on the stick and also when formating it on the computer it formats it another way as well. some in FAT and some in FAT32 this is ushally a error for the most part I would definatly plug your duo stick into a card reader and then go to my computer and the find the drive that the stick is in and right click on it and go to properties and do a error check on the stick to make sure that there is no errors. and if you can defragment after the scan then by all means do it and then format the card and try it and hopefully it will work out to your advantage.
*note this problem seems to only happen with the non branded duo sticks not the sony branded ones.*
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
Well, it seems as though this camera can only take 128MB sticks, but they are cheap if you can find them. Also, capitalizing everything does no good as it makes a post hard to read, shouts, and will get ignored by a lot of people.
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
I had the same problem, you can solve this by:
1. Push the card multiple times in/out the slot or
2. Use a little bit of contact spray on a small piece of tissue, rap this in the length around the memory card just 1 time. Be carefull not to make it to thick that it get stuck in the slot. Then push the card multiple times in/out the slot or
3. Cut a small strip of waterproof sanding paper (grain: 400 or more - the surface feels just like paper, and is just a thin as paper) just as wide as the card or slot. Cut a strip of plastic (eg.old credit card) also just as wide as the card or slot. Rap the sanding paper in the length of the strip and insert this in and out the slot. But!! ... make sure you stay at the upper side of the contacts, don't worry just do it carefully, don't use force and sand the contacts a couple of times. This way work for me, finally!!
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
SOURCE: I have an 8GB memory
That's because you used your Mac to erase the pics from the card instead of the camera. Now, to get it to work properly, you need to format the card in the camera.
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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