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Re: flashing E62:10 on screen all the time
Hello, I have the same problem too and I have been in discussions for several months with the technical support of Sony without results. I found over a hundred forums like this one where users are desperate to find a solution. I'm so upset that I created a micro-website and a YouTube channel to document all this! See http://sony-e-62-10.atspace.cc/. I also documented the workaround that was circulating on the Internet but seems to have disappeared...watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S53D3EfDVk0 Maybe it can help
I had the error message as well on my DSC-T9. I tried tapping the camera
and it worked. Here's the process I went through. I turned the camera
on and while in photo mode I tapped all of the sides gently. I did all
sides just to make sure. Then I turned the camera off. When I turned it
back on the error message was gone! I'm happy. I hope it works for
everyone else. Good luck.
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It might be due to a bad contact of the placed memorycard.
1. Pull the memorycard out and in the camera several times and retry. 2. If not OK, format the card in the camera. If that does not work, format it in the computer. 3. Try another memorycard and recheck.
i have a sony cybershot DSC-W210 and just recently the flash wont work when its on any mode to take a picture it has the flash symbol on the screen flashing and the code E:91:01 underneath also flashing its takin pictures as normal just without the flash it wont let me change the settings of the flash at all
Hi Jim, Have you tried resetting all settings on the camera? On a Sony camera, it is called "initialize". The initialize setting is found by going to the menu, and tabbing down until you find an option called either "reset settings" or "initialize settings" and then confirm it. Many times that will fix the issue, in case something has either been enabled/disabled on accident, or the software is sticking (which happens from time to time)
This seems to be a design flaw on the T series. Literally thousands of T series owners have had this problem at some time or the other on their "well-used" camera. This sounds harsh, and maybe even dangerous, but it's not : use a rubber mallet, or better still, smack the bottom of the camera on smooth hard surface. it fixed my problem.