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not sure on this one but it might be the heads in your vid cam may need cleaning.
or the tapes are not running straight on the heads or the rollers in side.
if the vid cam has been in a cold place it can cause this fault as the heads may have a bit of damp.
try putting a tape in and run it fast forword in play mode and see if starts to clear the playhead.if it does keep doing it until you see a clear picture.
this could also be a head misalignment fault if it is you will have to take it to some one to have a look at.
if any of the above does not work then you will have to take to some one to look at it.
amitchhab276: From the user manual for your DSC-T5 (click here), that error message means:
A camera malfunction has occurred. Initialize the camera (page 52), then turn the power on again.
From page 52: After you have cycled-power, you need to go to the Setup1 screen and select "Initialize" and choose "OK" with the up arrow and then press the circle button. Again press the up arrow and circle to select "OK" to reset the camera to default. settings.
Make sure that the power is not disconnected during reset!
if the initialize and calibration settings cannot be accessed if the touch screen is not responding, try to power reset the camera: turn cam off, remove the battery, make sure the cam is not connected to an optional ac adaptor, set mode switch to play, press and hold down the power button for a minute, let go and turn cam mode back to off, reinsert battery and turn cam on. if touch screen is still not working, unit may require service. hope this helps. thanks:)
ferraric, You're halfway there! Now all you need to do is find the "THERMALLY INTERMITTANT" and "COLD/FROSTED LOOKING" solder joint on the power supply (switch-mode-power-supply) printed circuit board. Check all the larger and more weighty components first, including power transistors. I'm sure that the web has some pic's of what they look like! The cause of them going BAD is what is known as Thermal cycling! Hot to cold, Hot to cold. You may need a magnifying glass or an inspection microscope to view your printed circuit board! Visit YOUTUBE for disassembly vids and you better have a digital cam to document the teardown BEFORE removing plugs from board-mounted connectors. Good luck! louie12fix or aka 12fix louie
1. Please make sure that you're using a fully charged battery. 2. Please try Initializing the Camera. To initialize the Camera. First, press the Menu button on the Camera to display the Menu items. Then, select the SETUP option under the Menu. Then, select the SETUP1 under the SETUP. Then, select the Initialize under the SETUP1 option to Initialize the Camera.
If the issue still persists, then try Power Resetting the Camera. First, turn OFF the Camera. Then, remove the battery pack from the Camera. Then, press and hold the Power switch for 30 seconds. Then, reinsert the battery pack into the Camera and turn ON the Camera.
If the issue still persists after performing the steps provided above service of the Camera is required.
Turn the power off and on again message is displayed when the Lens mechanism is stuck or when there is an internal malfunction. To resolve the issue, try turning off and on the power for few times. If the issue persists, try power resetting the Camera.
To power reset the Camera, remove the battery from the Camera. Press and hold the power button of the Camera for 30 seconds. Remain the Camera without power for 60 seconds and reinsert the battery to check the operation.
You can also try Initializing the Camera by selecting the INITIALIZE option from the SETUP1 Menu of the Camera.
If the issue persists, service may be required.
You may have to reset the printer. I believe these are the directions to follow:
Re-initialize the HP All-in-One
Force the HP All-in-One to reinitialize by following the steps below:
Turn the unit off by pressing the ON button.
Disconnect the power cord.
Wait five seconds, then reconnect the power cord.
If necessary, turn the unit back on and try reading the photo card again.
If the unit fails to read the card again, reset the All-in-One. Repeat
Steps 1 – 4, but before plugging the unit back in, press and hold the #
and 6 keys on the HP All-in-One numeric keypad. Continue to hold these
keys down for a few seconds after plugging the unit back in to reset
it. Once the All-in-One reestablishes communication with the computer,
reset the language and country/region.