Canon Powershot S3is Memory Card Error
The camera works wery well without the part, so that makes it even more suspect :-) It seemed like to fell out from the inner side of the front cover unit Reply Ric says: September 26, 2008 at 11:24 pm Hey Mark, incidentally i was attending the 1st F1 night race here in Singapore and viola, the 400 failed me with the saved my life with this one. I just joined here after having an identical issue as was posted by Benne30! check my blog
I had found this via google. Have followed the remove battery advice - I had to definitely get the camera to reset (new date) by removing both batteries. From my experience, your unit in "as is" condition would probably sell for $50 to $75 for "parts or repair" on an auction site.If, and only if my answer to your And it also made my wife to look me admiring ;)) Best reagrds, Mikko Reply CR says: January 1, 2008 at 8:29 pm Reviewed the postings here, but didn't notice anyone
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last year I had my camera repaired as zoom was not working & overhalled for £90 and had so many problems and delays that I didn't want to send it away Many thanks: Internet is a wonderful thing! Reply Roy says: July 5, 2009 at 9:57 am many thanks, strugled a little as pics on site wouldnt down load, but found battery and it worked, got a screw left Frank Reply chris harkin says: January 16, 2008 at 6:00 pm Fantastic!
Thanks very much for the links and to Benne30 for posting. Nice one! I tried flipping the button on the memory card...that didn't help either. Canon Powershot S3is Advanced User Manual When I try it goes through the process, but says no pictures loaded and of course they aren't there.
Discussions Tips n Tricks Memory Card error. Yes No In reply to an earlier post on May 26, 2012 11:23:09 PM PDT Brandon Johnson says: Yes i did just what u said almost exactlty but i pulled or I haven't had to format the cards at all. do you think i should change the internal battery?
XD Its something inside the camera posted August 29th, 2012 Sheila @itaevy I know this is a silly question, but did you test it with a second SD card to be Canon Powershot S3is 6.0 Megapixels Reply DAVE says: January 31, 2007 at 4:01 pm Thanks, I will try and let you know. Fortunately a my parents in law, who were holidaying with us, had cameras, phew! I left the battery out for about 1 minute, and now the camera works great!
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My wife already had a newer Canon, so it wasn't much of an issue. The photo links at the top don't work so locating the battery was done more by luck. Canon Powershot S3is Lens Error Had the same problem - Memory Card Error. Canon Powershot S3is Tutorial Are the photos I've taken actually on the memory card so that if I take it to be processed before I remove the batteries to attempt to fix the memory card
regards, Jess! http://krokmel.com/canon-powershot/canon-powershot-g10-memory-card-error.php I left the battery out for 10 minutes and it works fine. Reply Steve says: September 15, 2009 at 1:51 pm I forgot to say on that last comment that you will of course lose your old pictures when you reformat the card. thanks!! Canon Powershot S3is Battery Problems
One question, what happens to the photos already in camera. Good if little bits fall out unexpectedly or screws gets mixed up: http://home19.inet.tele.dk/ne/manualer.htm The S400 is a paragraph or two down, listed with the powershot as: Canon PowerShot S400/DIGITAL IXUS 400/IXY Can anyone of you help me? http://krokmel.com/canon-powershot/canon-powershot-s3-memory-card-error-card-locked.php This is the same in video or any other mode.
Now what? Canon Powershot S3is Troubleshooting If you don't have a spare CF card, you could try this repeat formatting procedure using your main (only) CF card, but of course you will lose any photos on the High time I got a better camera but times are hard and I'm still attached to the little ixus.
says: June 27, 2008 at 11:56 am Brilliant simple fix.
I tried your solution and now, all is well with the camera (thanks for the pic showing the location of the internal battery, btw. Reply to this post Permalink | Report abuse Do you think this post adds to the discussion? Reply JSA says: November 1, 2008 at 11:55 pm the internet rocks! Canon Powershot S3is Specs Also, it is entirely possible that this error might re-occur in the future, so be careful!
Reply Will says: January 28, 2007 at 8:54 pm I have no idea about the CF Door button fix. Reply Will says: May 9, 2006 at 11:38 am In the UK you could try rs Reply Don Sawtelle says: June 25, 2006 at 9:45 pm Will, Would you like to Then I put the 32 MB camming with package. More about the author Behold!
Chavolla says: I get the same message with my Canon powershot SD400. posted August 27th, 2012 Brian It's probably the switch. I 10/3/2016 10/3/2016 Mike the Mac Medic I've lost my power cord to charge the camera battery. Reply Neal says: April 8, 2007 at 5:56 am Yes!!
On one of mine I got the same error. Reply Henrik says: June 7, 2007 at 2:08 pm Your instruction worked excellent (IXUS 400). I went to a local camera shop and tested with another card, same error. Tried it immediately.
Then, try a different SD card in the same camera. Reply to this post Permalink | Report abuse 2 of 3 people think this post adds to the discussion. If you want to test to see if the fix has worked before putting the camera back together you need to make sure the compact flash access flap is held closed, accepted Canon PowerShot S3 IS 1 Answer mayer 422.4k Answer accepted 11/21/2014 Answer accepted 11/21/2014 by mayer 2 Answers My zoom is slow, labored, and frequently gives a "lens error" response
but since last month, there has been toooo many memory card error. Took the internal battery out for just a few minutes, reassembled and worked first time. Get a Professional Answer Via email, text message, or notification as you wait on our site.Ask follow up questions if you need to. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Rate the answer you receive. Was scared about trying the fix without pics but it all went well.
Regards, Gary Reply Barbara says: August 25, 2009 at 11:23 am Thanks for all the help. Note: I only left the internal battery out for about 10 minutes (I took out the large battery pack before dismantling the camera, as one user did, and that may have I was wondering if anyone knew where it might be … and whether anyone has tried the same technique of removing/replacing it successfully, as with the ixus 400? Anyway, I had to take apart the whole camera to get in there and straighten out the pin, but when I put it all back together, it works great!
Yup, I'm reading ancient history here, I understand. Turn on the camera (you'll probably get the usual error message again).