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Camera shuts down when I try to download pictures

The camera shuts down after I try to download pictures on my computer. Could it be the battery pack? It has been awhile since I have replaced it.
How long do the battery packs last?

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Sou técnico. Minha mavica cd500, estava com barulho no driver cd , erro c:13:01 pipocando, e percebi que a roldana central estava solta patinando no eixo. colei e resolvi o problema agora está funcionando perfeito. Tambem fazer uma limpeza no laser ótico. com cuidado 'a seco sem produto químico. facilita a leitura. Outra coisa! Não troque o cd, antes de finalizar. Faça dowload com usb cabo Finalize primeiro, para depois trocar por outro cd r. Isso evita conflito de pastas, erro c13:01. Os meus problemas foram resolvidos por mim, aplicando estes métodos. Boa sorte!

Posted on Aug 04, 2008

  • genesioliech Aug 04, 2008

    A bateria tem que estar bem carregada para download. ok!

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