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I see two possibilities. Fortunately they have the same solution. What type and speed memory card are you trying to use? Is the card compatible with the camcorder? Since you didn't specify the model of your camcorder I can't tell you what type of card you need to use, but if the camcorder is designed to use SD cards and you're trying to use an SDHC card then it won't work. The second possibility is that your card isn't fast enough to record video. There's a lot of data involved in a video clip, and not all memory cards are fast enough to handle it. The situation is much worse with HD video. Again, without knowing the model of your camera I can't tell you how fast a memory card you need.
Sounds like a bad wireless card or the card slot.I would try replacing the wireless card.When wireless cards go bad they either cause the laptop to not boot,low or no signal reception or the card isn't seen at all by the motherboard or operating system or .both.If it isn't showing in device manager either with a caution sign or installed the card is most likely bad
Could be bad ram,hard drive or possibly a bad display panel or video card.Try using different ram and removing the hard drive then try it.Also,connect it to an external display and see if it shows video or not.If after trying these things it still isn't showing let me know and i'll try to help more.
You need to reset the BIOS of the Motherboard. For easy repair, just remove the battery ( looks like a button ) on the motherboard,wait for 1- 2 minutes, then place it back again, that way should fix the problems
boot record has been corrupted, or the hard drive is toast!....problem is that you have no cd/dvd rom so you cant insert a restore disk....if you wanted to test it yourself you would have to learn to boot from USB(flashdrive)....unless you have a external USB dvd that you can hook up to it to attemot to rebuild the boot record!
The ABS & Trac came on because that system has issues
There may be stored data, if not a code present
The mechanic has to component test to find the problem
These guys spend too much time with a scan tool & I
think some of them are waiting for it to tell them something
Doesn't work that way. If everything goes as it should, the
scanner shows what the computer sees,that's all,& that can
be a lot,but you have to move on & use different skills that
not everyone has learned yet apparently
Try another shop
That really isn't a diagnostic test etc,just looking at data
stream,if they see nothing out of range they quit
That doesn't help you any,the problem is still there,intermitent
maybe, but there.