How can i reset my canon fs10. Since last week it is completely death
I used the camera put in another media card and filled up the battery with the original equipment. Filling did not work nor anything else. Like i said, the entire camera is dead so please help me......
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Try doing a hard reset, Turn camera off remove battery's and sd card. With everything out. Push on/off for about 5 sec. Put good battery's in ig. If you using cheap battery's make sure your are using Duracell or Engerzier battery's not rechargeable. Also make sure not using a micro sd card and nothing higher than a class 4 which is the speed of the card not the size. If still need help call with equipment to troubleshoot to Moultire 800653334 option 1 and 1 for a live person.
Here are some steps to run through to make sure the camera works as you'd expect it:
Ensure that all cables are properly secured from the computer to the camera.
Ensure that the memory card has not been dislodged from the camera.
the camera's memory socket and the memory card for debris. A can of
'compressed air' can work wonders (typically available at any computer
Make certain that the port connecting the camera
to the computer is not damaged. Look for any bent pins in the camera's
memory slot. Try replacing the camera cable. If the camera uses a USB
port, try another USB port. If you don't have another USB port
available, try plugging in another USB device to verify that the USB
port is working.
Check the power source on the camera. If
you're using batteries while attempting to transfer the pictures to the
PC, try changing your batteries, recharge the batteries, or use an A/C
Try reinstalling the digital camera software on
your computer. In most cases, reinstalling over top of the existing
software will resolve this issue.
Take the media out of
the digital camera and attempt to download it to another computer. If
all else fails, try formatting the camera media. Most newer-generation
digital cameras equipped with an LCD screen have a menu option that can
format your media.
I am kinda confused what you mean by black blob, but anyhow a SD card cannot do this to a camera as long as the camera supports the memory card. I feel there is a little more to it then this. The lcd will need to be repaired this will need to be taken to a camera shop to repair this with a new lcd around $50 bucks respectivly. I find it hard to understand this ether as this should not have happend. the memory card if compatable should not have shorted this camera lcd out.
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I didn't understand you weren't using it for photography. Here some more suggestions:
* Double check the SD card's Write Protection Switch to make sure it is unlocked. * If your card reader is old it may need to be replaced. See if the card works properly in your camera. If you hook your camera to your MAC with its USB cable you should be able to upload and download files.
It could be the cache filling up. I know if I shoot in rapid mode it will only take so many before it slows down and stops while it rights the information to the CF card and clears the cache. If you use a normal Extreme III card you get about 8 shots before the cache is full but if you use a UDMA card you get double because the camera can right the data to it quicker.
NO! DON'T BUY A NEW CAMERA,UNLESS YOU WANT TO, BUT FIRST, WAS THIS CARD WORKING BEFORE? EVER? IS IT COMPATIBLE WITH YOUR CAMERA? BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING, TRY TO READ THE CARD LIKE ON YOUR COMPUTER IF IT HAS A CARD READER, OR AT A STORE LIKE WAL-MART THAT HAS CARD READERS TO SEE IF IT IS ANY GOOD! IT MIGHT BE BAD! IT MIGHT NEED TO BE FORMATTED? BORROW A CARD FROM A FRIEND AND TRY IT IN YOUR CAMERA TO SEE IF IT WORKS. CHECK EVERYTHING FIRST BEFORE YOU DUMP YOUR CAMERA. IF YOU WANT REPLY WITH MORE INFO AND I WILL HELP YOU MORE WITH THIS! OK? REPLY TO:
The error 10 message is trying to tell you that the new memory card you have tried to put in is not compatable with your camera. AS you have already tried turning it off/on, replacing batteries etc, you can try taking all cards out, and attempt to get it to fuction correctly with original cmaera memory. After taking out all cards, and with a fully new set of batteries in, use your cameras menu to format the camera memory. Now try and take photos with just normal memory. Is it working? If it does, and error is gone, put in old memory card and reformat it. Does camera pick it up and recognise it. Can you now use it. The new card you tried to install may have been an incompatable brand. Check your manual for approved brands or your local dealer. The card could also be faulty.
If you can review the photos on the card while it is still in the camera (and by review, I mean go back and forth between multiple photos on the card), then there are two possibilities:
1. The photos really are on the card, and your computer can't read the card.
2. The photos really AREN'T on the card, and are perhaps in internal memory on the camera instead.
Some thoughts for things to try:
1. Put the card in the camera, take a few photos, make sure you can review them all on the camera. Take the card out. NOW try reviewing photos on the camera with NO card in. What happens?
2. Try putting the card in your card reader in your computer. Copy a file (any file, a word document, anything) from your hard drive onto the card. Is it there? Can you copy the file back off the card to somewhere else?
It sounds like the camera is fine, and the problem is with the card or the media reader.