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CF Error All of a sudden, my camera no longer seems to recognize my compact flash card. It worked beautifully prior to stopping. I thought it was the card, so switched it out with another card with same results.

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  • KevinWax Feb 12, 2008

    My camera seemed to be working alright. Then I couldn't take any more pictures. A message of Full CF flashed at me with an indication of zero in the pictures to be taken area.

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When I turn my Rebel XTi on, I see the following:

Err CF

There is a problem with the CF card. Replace the CF card.

The camera worked great yesterday. I went to a CVS to have some prints made and had to take the CF out. When I put the card back in, I got the above message. I replaced the card with a brand new one, but I still got the error message.

Posted on Dec 08, 2008

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I had the same symptoms. I took it to an authorized Canon repair shop. For $150, they resoldered connections on my 'power supply board'.  No idea why the solder gave out. It's working great now.

Posted on Oct 11, 2007

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