Blinking E:61:10 sony handycam & other video cameras. This actually will work.Guaranteed. turn on /turn off. Tap near lens four or five times,quite hard. turn on.hey presto error message gone and camera works again. if it hasnt worked repeat above possibly with a little bit more force, try this a few times,maybe a few taps on the side as well. it does work. Paul E. Ireland
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Hi Jeany, Please see the detail below for the said error codes C31:23 & C31:22
According to the symptom and self diagnostic system the problem is in mechanical section (tape loading section) Therefore camera just need mechanical adjustment and will work fine again. This problem aries when the insertion of the cassette is improper or forced insertion. Thanks for using fixya.
You need to purchase a video editing software program. If you have a usb or dv port on your computer you will need a firewire card on your computer or a spare usb port.
Pinnacle Studio will work with Vista. Once the software is installed and the camera is tuned on, A dialog box will appear asking to run Pinnacle Studio. Go into capture mode to copy the video to your hard drive.
If not, then you will have to get some editing software for your computer. Then you hook the camera up to your computer and you can actually control the camera from the software. This will allow you to fast forward, rewind and digitize the video footage to your computer.