Suddenly my 3 year old casio EX-Z55 showed card error on a memory card and would not let me use it. I put in another memory card (neither card new ones, but never any previous problem) and the same thing happened almost immediately. Help!
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camera's onboard memory is only 8MB, maybe 1 or 2 high resolution photo. delete the photo on the camera to clear error message and use only no more than 2 gig of sd card. It does not work with higher than 2 gig which is SDHC type sd card.
I believe any SD cards larger than 2Gb are technically SDHC cards, which are not compatible with all cameras. Kingston is a decent company so I'm guessing it's not because the card is a dud. If your camera doesn't advertise SDHC compatibility then I don't think you can get the card to work in it.
Error messages seen at power-on if not caused by the memory card are generally related to the lens assembly either being jammed or malfunctioning.
We do not see many Casio cameras here in my shop but I can say that statement applies to these kind of cameras in general.
Hold the camera close to your ear when you power it on. Do you hear a series of different sounds, or do you hear chattering or repeating sounds? Perhaps no sounds at all?
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The problem might be your charger. I would call repairs and tell them you have a defective charger and they can check it for you. You can reach them at 800-706-2534 and then keep choosing option 1 and that will take you into Casio's repair department.
Seen a few of these, with no apparent fix. regarding the 0e01 error, I heard it really got fixed by a firware update. A firmware update is not available through the casio site though, not for your model.
Try taking out the batteries for 24 hours, the SD card aswell, and when you put back the bats(use good NimHs), don't put back the card. See what happens. Also try connecting to electricity through the adapter.
What about warranty? have you contacted casio? Do they have anything usefull to say or are they only qualified to answer the phone and offer you a 200 $ repair/replacement?