Question about Sony DSC-S930 Digital Camera
The easiest way to solve that problem is to format your memory card like what i did when i experienced that one .
Posted on Oct 08, 2011
There are two possiblities that I can think of. First is the memory card has gone bad for some reason. Can you check it with another device in your house, like a computer or printer that reads memory cards? Put the card in one of these and see if there is a problem reading the card. Does the camera take pictures OK and store them on the card OK? But when you try and erase them is this when you get the message? Is the card installed correctly? You can get a new card for very little money, especially now that christmas is coming up, these are on sale everywhere. If the card is not bad then the camera should be looked at by a repair person. Make sure the card is all the way inserted in the camera!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Memory Stick Error
Have you tried re-formatting the cards? If you can't with the camera you should be able to with a card reader. It's probably the camera, unfortunately, but this is worth a shot...
Posted on Sep 13, 2005
SOURCE: Format Error in Sony Cybershot
there is no tools feature on the sony...select the 1st button lower right...all touch screen features appear...select menu in lower
left...select setup...camera 1 will display...select down arrow
twice until you reach format, the select...that should reformat
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
This error code is for Memory Stick. the Countermeasure are :
Format the “Memory Stick” or internal
“Memory Stick” or internal memory is
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Posted on May 24, 2009
The problem is with the memory card. It probably just shorted internally and is no longer useful. The amount of memory is not the problem, as I used a 4GB card for a long time and my card finally went bad. You will just have to get another memory card and MAYBE find someone to be able to retrieve your data.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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In DSCT2 Camera, the C:13:01 error message indicates a Self diagnostic message. This message can be clearly identified by the help of a Sony Authorized service technician. Each of these codes indicates the symptoms and resolutions of the Camera. In C:13:01, the issue is with the Internal Memory or with the Memory Stick.
The Symptoms are:
1. Format error with the Internal Memory which can be corrected by formatting the Internal Memory.
2. Unformatted "Memory Stick Duo" which can be resolved by formatting the MS in the Camera.
3. "Memory Stick Duo" is broken or not compatible which can be resolved by inserting a new compatible MS.
4. There may be an issue with the Hardware part also, which can be resolved by the technicians.
Try turning the power off and on again, or taking out and inserting the "Memory Stick Duo" several times may also help in resolving the issue.
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