Hi, my camera was working fine yesterday but now I turn it on and it says card error. I just had the card reader replaced about a year ago, any ideas? I cannot afford to haev this thing repaired again.
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Try to use you camera to format the card maybe it will be get better,
else you can use a card reader to read the card and see if it's all right, or you can try to use the card with other cameras and see if it's OK.
It seems your card you have used well for some time, so it won't be the wrong card type. Else you have to check if the card is one of the types which your camera support
The SAME thing is happening to mine as of yesterday.. I uploaded pics no problem yesterday morning, took more pics last night and then when I went to plug it in.. says card error. Tried other cards in my camera, its saying the same AND this card will no longer work in other readers.. Heeelp please!
Yes, it would appear that you solved your own problem. The Fuji S5000 apparently only takes the max of 512 mb card. I own a newer Fuji S700 and it works fine with a 2 gb SD card, but I haven't tried anything bigger. Your best bet is to see if you can exchange those 2 gig cards for 512 mb cards at the store where you purchased them, and then try the 512's to see if your pc will read the pics. Explain to the store what the problem is and they should allow you to make the exchange.
Olympus cards don't always work in Fuji cameras. Maybe not at all in older Fuji's.
You could try and update the firm ware in your camera and see if that does anything (if it's available on the Fuji website) Go to the service and support section on the web site and you may be lucky
instead of using the usb plug that the camera has go to best buy, show them your card, and ask for a card reader what this will do is plug into a usb port, and it will read the data off of the card, completely bypassing the program
Motherboard is dead, and it costs much to take it to the repair shop. It doesn't pay off, for that amount of money you can buy a better camera. I'm trying to find a web shop and to check the price, so i could repair it myself, but had no luck finding it so far. Anyone?