Re: Need an urgent solution regarding "Protection"...
Have suddenly getting a "Protection" message in Camera mode. - The viewfinder is OK and i can see the view but a "Protection!" message is blinking in the middle of the screen and the record button is not working if i press
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hello kevin. you will need the usb cord that came with your camera. if you don 't have one take your camera to walmart and get the connection cord. then hook the camera up to the computer and click on my computer where you will find the camera listed. click on that and you can download.
There are many protection features on this camcoder as follows:
If the (DEW) protection feature is activated, leave the camcoder for at least two hours in a dry, warm room with the cassette compartment opened and the battery pack removed.
When you have recorded something that you wish to keep, you can protect it so that it will not be accidentally erased. a. Protecting a tape : Push the safety tab on the cassette so that the hole is uncovered. b. Removing the tape protection : If you no longer wish to keep the recording on the cassette, push the write-protect tab back so that it covers the hole. You can have a similar function on Memory cards as well.
One is the Protection that you set on an image or a video to protect it from being overwritten (the point number 2 is at Tape/memory card level and this one is at image level)
I think the issue that your camera has is to do with either (2) or (1). Please let me know if that helps and if it doesn't still I would love to hear from you so that I can research a little further.. Regards, Srinivas.
I have a sony 14E and suddenly it stopped playing and recording. With vertical lines on the screen I knew to clean the heads. No effect on the recording/playing malfunction.
However I persevered and it seems to have worked in it is now recording and playing back. The steps I suggest, with PERSEVERANCE, are :
1. Clean the heads (I did it 3 times in all, with about 1 hour between each session);
2. Leave the camera open (tape section) for about 2 hours and put the camera (with or without tape) in a warm place. (I also had condensation messages).
3. Once it is warm put in a recorded tape and attempt to view it. At first I had "dirty" vertical lines for a few seconds but it cleared and played normally.
4. If Step 3 still does not work repeat 1 and 2. As I said PERSEVERE.
If Step 3 works then try to record. It should work hopefully. If not, repeat 1 and 2 (shortening the "Warm Up" time).
Good luck. I hope mine continues to work OK now. It is to do with dirty heads and coldness I think.
This seems to be an on going problem with all of the Samsung models sooner or later. 1st, check to make sure the protection tab on top of the tape is in record mode. Remove battery, wait a minute and replace battery, turning on the camera, place tape back into camera and close the door. If this does not work, the sensor is not reading that the tape is not protected. It is a service call but not worth the 150-195 in repairs to correct. Sometimes you just need to keep going, and going....