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The solution I found is related to a sensor switch by the door for the memory, to quote: " I just like everyone who has had this memory card error problem Maybe I accidentally bent it while changing the memory card one day. With it it was everithing all right. Close the CF door and switch on the camera.. https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/19655006
The 16 gb card in the camera is a Canon product are there proprietary issues with the use of non Canon cards or is there another problem/ Here's the specs for My wife already had a newer Canon, so it wasn't much of an issue. I bought also a 4 GB card. and end with a "?" Be clear and specific Use proper spelling and grammar ASK NOW
You saved me $100! Reply to this post Permalink | Report abuse 0 of 1 people think this post adds to the discussion. It's a newer camera but shows the same fault. I also tried: Zero Assumption Recovery.
The battery number is MS614S for US made in Japan. Just for lulz I also tried formatting one of the cards, which as expected didn't resolve the problem. When I put in the new 8gb memory card to format it, it said memory card error. First, of course, check the lock tab on the card itself.
Canon PowerShot SD700 IS Digital ELPH / IXUS 800 Digital Camera I have a PowerShot Canon S3IS and have encountered a problem whereby I have lost the complete content of my The only issue I have now is the two batteries I have, don't seem to last more than 10 minutes these days, I guess it's time to replace them, I wish Tried it immediately. Canon PowerShot A430 Digital Camera Memory Card Errors with Canon PowerShot S3 There most definitely is a solution to this problem.
I'm annoyed that this seems to be a recurring fault with the Canon cameras. Based on this it can't be a problem with the memory card (as I've tried three now) it has to be the camera. The company I work for set this up to do photo recovery and I know they take good care of memory cards because I sometimes work on the recoveries myself! Reply Azlando says: February 2, 2008 at 12:55 pm thanks a lot for that info..fantastic!!!its alive again!!!..unfortunately some kind of plastic (dark grey) dropped out after the cover was removed and
I will update this post when I find out.Wait a minute!If the card works in the other camera how can the card be corrupted?Assuming other cards work in the S2 than check over here Reply DAVE says: January 29, 2007 at 4:01 pm I am going to try the same trick on my IXUS 400. There is a small switch in the card that is currently in the locked position. Reply Dosss says: March 18, 2007 at 2:08 pm THanks alot, saved me a fair effort.
Any advice? I left the battery out for about 1 minute, and now the camera works great! I had removed and refitted the battery 3 times then I found the message on the Cannon website saying they would pay for the repair https://self-service-kb.canon-europe.com/ Servicing If it is determined http://divxpl.net/memory-card/memory-card-error-canon-s400.html If you are brave enough you could try taking the internal battery out as I describe in the post.
Then, try a different SD card in the same camera. This will make me think twice about buying another Canon product Reply Roger Lee says: March 29, 2006 at 11:49 am Will, thanks for the information. Many thanks for this fix.
Do you? Reply Alberto says: May 15, 2009 at 11:49 am Lovely, had the same problem on an Ixus 500, I gently took it apart, removed and cleaned the (rechargeable, type ms614s) battery It took me 15 minutes all together. By the way the this trick fixed my problem and all is working good.