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My Nikon D1x keeps showing c-rem and won't take any pictures when I press the shutter release. Someone else has raised this issue on this site but I cannot find any answer. Many thanks Jac

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  • callaghanjc Aug 27, 2010

    Hi, cheers for that - problem solved ! For the record, it was the link on the Nikon site which resolved the problem. For others with the same problem, these are the steps copied and pasted from the Nikon site:

    1-download all images you wish to retain from your camera, we are going to be formatting the memory card in a moment
    2-select custom setting #29, and switch it OFF.
    3-Format the CF card (you did remember to download all images you wished to save?), DO NOT take any new pictures yet
    4-go back to custom setting #29 and switch it ON (this restores the sequential numbering function)
    5-The next image captured will set the folder # to 100NCD1X and the file name to DSC_0001.xxx

  • callaghanjc Aug 27, 2010

    Excellent speedy help. Will def use again. Cheers Jac

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C-rem indicates "remaining pictures remain in the buffer, in C for continuous mode". I quoted from this web blog:
http://photo.net/nikon-camera-forum/00JiDb
From what I gather, it's supposed to only show when the shutter button is halfway depressed, so I'm inclined to think you have a shutter button sticking, or some crazy thing like that. Here's a similar problem as answered on Nikon's support site:
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/11928/related/1/session/L2F2LzEvc2lkL3kqVEFEdzhr/~/c-rem-display-on-d1
It could just be some tricky menu setting messing you up. I would run the camera by a reputable repair shop, just to see if they can reset it, etc.
Good luck to you, thanks for using FixYa, and hope this helps.

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