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Mavica FD95 Error Msg C:13:01

Hello everyone...I need help bad...I took a couple of pictures tonight then stuck in a new disk at it gave me this error...I have tried to put TONS of different types of disks in now and nothing works...It wont get past that error msg...Can someone help me figure this one out? Thanks DJ

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Re: Mavica FD95 Error Msg C:13:01

A Cxxxx error normally can be fixed by the user. I suggest you remove the battery pack AND the button cell (I suppose the FD95 has one) and leave it without both for at least half an hour. I would think that after that, it should be ok except that you'll have to set the clock and some other preferences again. Hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 13, 2005

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