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windows xp software will work, when loaded right click on icon. go to properties click on that then go to compatibility and asks what you want to run the software in chose windows xp sp3 setting. should work after this is done.
Hi, This problem is of firmware of the memory card, it has corrupt and needs replacement because it can't be repair. To confirm this, put the memory card out from camera and take snaps which will store on built-in memory of the camera and then shift it to the computer. Thanks.
I have had 2 cameras which developed a fault with the selector dial for exposure compensation & other parameters. Problem was a faulty selector switch on 1st camera. I was lucky to have this repaired under guarantee. Fuji replaced the top end of the camera to fix the fault.
Don't know how much it would cost to get fixed. These cameras are no longer made by Fuji, but I like them for a number of reasons and plan to use them for as long as possible.
Might be cheaper to buy a used replacement on Ebay rather than getting it repaired.
I got a new a camera already, Fuji wanted
to charge £60 to look at it, because it's out of warranty, and they
said up £200 for repair, and it's worth only a few quids. I have used
this garbage only 6-7 times, cost £220 new. I wrote them a letter what
crap defective unit, they offered £42 trade in. I spent 90 mins, put on
hold to get thru to an advisor, they ruined my day and was very
exhausted with them. I have never seen such pathetic customer services.