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had a circuit board replaced recently??? if so check each and ever connection, pull each connection and reseat each connection one at a time while each connector is removed check all pins for a bent pin. Or replace the Print control board, Interface control board, image control board, and the overall control board, $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ more then what you paid for the machine!!!! Then you will still have to remove each connection and reseat them and look for bent pins!!!!!
Hi. This problem is for micro usb soket of your phone 1st open your phone and clean usb soket with petrol and tooth brush. Please clean properly and see if problem is solved or not then replace the soket
There is probably one or more bent pins inside the top slot (SLOT 1). Remove the battery by removing the battery cover on the bottom (held ny a screw). Shine a small torch into SLOT 1 and look inside to see if any of the pins are bent differently to the rest of the pins. If any pins are bent they can be bent back to their correct positions by using a suitable small tool such as a precision screwdriver. If a pin is actually broken then the complete slot will need to be replaced.
If it is not a bent or broken pin, there may be some other type of blockage inside SLOT 1.
If there is nothing wrong with the pins and there is no blockage inside the slot, then there may be a dry joint where the slot is soldered to the PCB inside the DS. This kind of fault will require the DS to be opened with a special tri-wing screwdriver and the use of a multimeter to check all the connections. If you have soldering experience (and tools) then you can try re-soldering the connections.
Be advised that opening the DS is much easier than putting it back together again!
Check for bent pins in the signal cable. Unplug the cable from the back of the computer and look at the end, you will see small pins sticking out. We have seen many times when people move systems that a pin will get bent over and when you plug it in to the PC it gets flattened out all the way. If you find a bent pin you may be able to straighten it out with a pair of needle nose pliers but if it breaks you can get a replacement cable for $6.50 shipped, http://www.ccl-la.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=54
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Check with a magnifier and a flashlight the conditions of the CF memory reader pins. Usually this kind of cameras have the common problem of have bent or broken the CF reader pins. This may caused the original CF error. If you tried to format a CF memory card, then the bent or broken pins may caused the Error 99. By the way, error 99 is applicable to a very open range of problems (lens contacts, faulty shutter, CF memory card access errors, etc). If is under warranty your camera, once you confirm the reason of the problem, send it to Canon for repair. If is out of warranty, you need somebody to repair it, which is not easy for the common person. If need help on repairing it, please contact the ID user Great_items_2004 at ebay. Regards and good luck.