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Memory Stick error c:13:01 - Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-S50 Digital Camera

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  • bzamank Oct 08, 2008

    when I open my sony cyber-shot DSC-W100 it showing an error C:13:01. There are lot pictures in the memory stick. How can I solve this problem without loosing my pictures?

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Hi,

leave the memmory card inside the camera and remove the battery for 2 days, i just got mine fix. might work you too.

Good luck.

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WHEN I PUT A 1GB MEMORY STICK: I READ ON THEC= SCREEN: MEMORY STICK ERROR c:13:01

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When I switch it on, I get this error: Memory Stick error C 13:01 camera Sony cyber shot DSC-P73


Hello and Welcome to Fixya
C:13:01 memory stick error message indicates a Self diagnostic message.In C:13:01 the issue may be with the Internal Memory or with the Memory Stick.
To solve it try the following solutions

Format error with the Internal Memory which can be corrected by formatting the Internal Memory.
If it is issue with memory stick then turning the power off and on again or taking out and inserting the "Memory Stick" several times may help in resolving the issue. Error may be because of Unformatted "Memory Stick" which can be resolved by formatting the Memory Stick in the Camera If it not remove by formatting in the camera then connect it to PC and tried to format it again but either FAT instead of FAT32 which is the regular format and then reinserted the memory stick and formatted it with the camara. Now it will be solved if it still exist then it means Memory Stick is broken or not compatible which can be resolved by inserting a new compatible Memory stick
I hope it will help you
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Mar 02, 2011 | Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-P73 Digital Camera

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Says error on formatting memory card.


Hi,
The camera may display a FORMAT ERROR if the inserted media is not formatted or if the media was formatted on a computer. This error may also display if the inserted media is not supported by the camera.
Try to remove and re-insert the Memory Stick media several times.
Make sure that the inserted Memory Stick media is compatible with the camera. DSCW310 Camera is compatible with the Memory Stick Pro Duo upto 32 GB.
You may also try formatting the Memory Stick media to resolve the issue. Format the Memory Stick media using the FORMAT option in the camera menu.
Formatting will erase all stored data, images, movies, etc., from the Memory Stick media. FORMAT option is available in the Memory Card Tool Menu of the Camera which is in the Settings Menu. Please back up the data by inserting the Memory Stick in the Computer Memory Card slot.
This may also happen if the terminals on the Memory Stick media are dirty. Remove the Memory Stick media from the camera and use a soft dry cloth or pencil eraser to clean the contacts. Make sure there are no residual particles on the Memory Stick media before re-inserting it into the camera.
The data on the Memory Stick media or the Memory Stick media itself is damaged. Try using a different Memory Stick media in the camera.
This should resolve the issue. If the error continues to display, the media may need to be replaced or the camera may require service.

Jan 23, 2011 | Sony Cybershot DSCW310 Digital Camera

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Hi I have a sony cyber shot camera when i tried to ON it The memory stick error appears saying " INSERT MEMERY STICK" inspite of memery stick is inserted also i get this error.And when i tried to format it...


Hi,

The Reinsert Memory Stick error message appears when the inserted Memory Stick is corrupted or not in a correct Format. This issue can be resolved by trying the steps mentioned below:
  • Remove and re-insert the Memory Stick in the Camera.
  • Check if the inserted Memory Stick is compatible with the Camera.
  • Format the Memory Stick in the Camera. Do not Format the Memory Stick in the Computer, as this will damage the Memory Stick being used in the Camera. The Camera will not detect the Memory Stick again, if it is formatted in the Camera.
  • Clean the terminals of the Memory Stick by using a soft dry cloth.
  • Remove the Memory Stick from the Camera and check if the Internal Memory is working fine.

You may also try power resetting the Camera. Power resetting can be done by removing the batteries from the Camera and then press and hold the POWER BUTTON of the Camera for 15 seconds and then reinsert the batteries after 1 minute.


If the issue persists, service may be required.


Thanks,

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Oct 21, 2010 | Sony Digital Cameras

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13:01 error


Hi,

The C:13:01 error code indicates the issue with the Media used in the Camera.

This may be due to the:
Format Error of the Internal Memory.
Un-formatted Memory Stick Duo.
Broken Memory Stick Duo.
Memory Stick Duo type error.
When the Camera cannot Read or Write the data in the Memory Stick Duo.

This can be resolved by Formatting the Internal Memory and Memory Stick Duo.
If not resolved, try inserting a new Memory Stick Duo which is supported.
Try power resetting, remove and reinsert the Memory Stick etc.

This will resolve the issue, if not the Camera may require service.

Aug 06, 2010 | Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-F717 Digital Camera

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Getting an error code c:13:01 on my sony t900 camera


“Memory Stick Duo” is unformatted.
“Memory Stick Duo” is broken.
“Memory Stick Duo” type error
The camera cannot read or write data
on the “Memory Stick Duo”.

Format the “Memory Stick Duo”.
Replace a new “Memory Stick Duo”.
Insert a supported “Memory Stick Duo”.

All above are solution for your quiry

Jan 21, 2010 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T900 Digital Camera

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My sony digital camera model dsc w 220 is not working properly. There is a problem when that one getting 95 photos it shows file error, memory stick duo formatting is error. please just to guide to rectify...


Sounds memory stick is bad, try another memory stick in camera.
Current memory stick got storage problem on some specific capacity and gives error on reaching that limit. Buy another memory stick and check.

Jul 09, 2009 | Sony Digital Cameras

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Error C 13 01 when insert Memory Stick Pro Duo with adapter -- which does fit.


Hi,
    This error code is for Memory Stick. the Countermeasure are :
Format the “Memory Stick” or internal
memory.

CAUSE :
“Memory Stick” or internal memory is
unformatted.

Thanks for using fixya.

May 24, 2009 | Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-S70 Digital Camera

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Memory stick format error


Memory stick can be defective. Use an other memory stick to confirm the camera. Do not use more then 1GB memory stick in this model.

Jul 27, 2008 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S700 Digital Camera

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Format error


i have orignal memory stick but i am also getting same error.. have forated stick on camera but no effect on error. so plz can u tell me how can i format my memory stick ... SONY GURU

Jun 07, 2008 | Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-S500 Digital Camera

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Memory stick error


Try using another memory stick, or insert a confirmed good memory stick, if OK, the memory stick is defective, if the same error, try pressing reset at the back of camera, a small hole beside the the DC jack. if OK, then fine, if still the same, camera needs repair. thanks

Sep 12, 2007 | Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-P73 Digital Camera

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