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Hi i have problems with my sony cybershot dsc w35, some of the pictures come out mixed up. some parts of the photos mixed with others. and some thick bands covering some of the photos. 80 to 90 percent of the pictures come out o.k. dont know if its the camera or the memory card. it was a new 1 gig card supplied with the camera. thanks jeff

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  • jefflea3 Jul 16, 2008

    I have tried this and it has no effect? any other solutions?

    cheers jeff

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Have you ever tried to format the card in the camera and see if it's come back to normal.

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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    walkietalkie Jul 17, 2008

    You might have the data files corrupted due to ejecting the memory card out from camera while camera is still saving data to the memory card.



    Other possible ways of data corruptions;

    - Insert/eject memory with camera powered on.

    - switch off camera too soon while image data is still under process.



    If you have such habits as mentioned above when handling digital cameras, that can explain the problem of some of your images.



    Format your card again. Start fresh with caution every time you take photos. Follow the proper power off procedures. Check results afterwards, if problem exsists, it might need a repair service.

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