Question about Nikon D70s Digital Camera
This usually indicates a problem with your CF card. The "FOR" stands for "format", so try formatting the card. You can also try formatting the card in your computer, and then formatting again in camera.
If you happen to use the card in other cameras, the presence of images or camera-related data files on the card may interfere with the camera. Try to keep cards for different cameras separate from each other.
It can also indicate that the CF card is failing, in which case your only resolution is to get a replacement.
A somewhat less common problem is that the contact pins in the camera's CF card compartment are bent, in which case you would need to bring the camera in for service.
Posted on May 15, 2011
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