Question about Fuji FinePix 4900 Zoom Digital Camera
My Fuji 4900 suddenly started displaying the !Card Error message. I tried the two Smart Media cards I own, after gently cleaning the metallic surface and both gave the same message. I then replaced the NP-80 battery thinking that might be the problem. The camera still displays the card error message and is unusable. I bought a new Smart Media card as the others had been used a lot and I thought that might be the problem. Even with a new memory card and new battery the camera still displays this message and won't work. It has been a fantastic camera and has given me great service. Can anyone find a solution to this problem? I need it desperately and can't afford a new one right now.
I hope if we reformat the pics in the memory will be gone. Iam not worried with the memory card but need the pics in it.Thanks again.
Posted on Oct 27, 2007
Try reformating the card- i formatted mine into FAT and not FAT32 and that fixed it
Posted on Mar 30, 2007
I have A Gateway T50 that was reading no card error also. Try fitting a small piece of foam rubber on the cover so that it presses the card in for a good contact. It seemed to work for me.
Posted on Sep 05, 2006
I've had similar problem when I was messing around with the Sony memory stick. The cheap pins inside that suppose to touch the memory got screwed up. I just bought the camera so took it back to the store and got a different one. Anyway, try shining a flashlight into the memory slot and see how the pins are. If they are not line up then use a really small something to re-line them like they suppose to. See if it's possible to reformat the memory. That sometime help too. It happened to my sis cell phone. We had to reformat the memory stick to get it working right. I do not think this have anything to do with battery. If you don't put memory in and camera say "No memory" and with memory in and it read "Mem error" then likely the reader or the pins are screwed up. Goodluck.
Posted on Aug 26, 2006
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