Question about Cameras
This worked for me on my Sony Cyber Shot dsc-g1. I would suggest connecting your camera to your PC and downloading your photos first. They are still on your camera - even if you can't view the album.
1. Press the HOME button and select Media Tools from the menu.
2. Select General -> Check Album
3. Select OK in the Check Album menu.
4. The Recovery data... message will be displayed.
Note: Depending on the circumstances, restoring the album data may or may not be possible .
5. Once the recovery process is completed. The menu will return to Check Album.
6. Turn the camera power off and then turn it on again. If the error message still persists, please approach the local service center for assistance.
Here is the link for further information.
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
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