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SONY C:13:01 ERRORanonymous Posted Jul 12, 2003
I get error C:13:01 in SONY cyber short camera. PLEASE GIVER REPLY HOW TO REPAIR.
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If you want to reformat your memory stick go to this Sony website and download the program that formats the memory stick. You will lose all the information on the memorystick, but you will be able to use it normally after you format it. My memory stick kept losing space so that I could only save 10 pics before it would run out of space, even though no other files were on the stick. After I reformated it, the entire capacity was usable again. http://www.sonydigital-link.com/memstick/downloads/downloads.asp?l=en&f=MSFRM Hope it works for you.
I have a sony handicam, model DCR-DVD201. I went on vacation and made some movies. I was playing it back on the handycam when I was on vacation and I played it when I came home on the handycam and everything was fine. Then I went to play it on the dvd player and it would not work. I put it back into the handycam and it won't work then. Now I keep having an erro that says: C:13:00 and it show a picture of a disc with a circle and a slash that would represent that there is no disc there, it would keep flashing. I put the dvd in my computer and it show that the disc is full, but it just won't show. Please help me. It is the the dvd with the best views of the place I went on vacation and I would really like to show it to my family. Thank you so much. Happy Holidays.
stick: SanDisk 512mb C:13:01 flashes on screen (with lens cover open) C:13:01 flashes and reads; Format Error Pc (winXP Pro sp2) cannot read/format disk either.
Believe it or not this worked. I have a brand neww DSC-p92 and after reformatting in my sandisk reader, my 16mb and my 64mb memory stick did not work. After spending a few hours searching for the solution, this was my last resort and it actually worked. I only removed and reinserted about three times and it finally recognized the stick. Thanks Billy Bob! Re: SONY C:13:01 ERROR - Billy Bob - 10th Dec 2003 2:23 So I got the C:13:01 error again. This time, I just inserted and removed the memory stick rapidly 10-20 times -- helped but I fear/know it will happen again.
I had the same error on my sony dcs-p41 cam. After searching the net i didnt have much hope let but kept on trying. Go to menu, tab 2 the memorystick, the format OK.... i did it twice and then suddenly next to the 3th line of "Change rec folder" the icon of a cam appeared again and there it was... my problem was solved.. ITS WORKING AGAIN!!!!! I HOPE IT WORKS 4 U 2, it had nothing to do with the bended strips or so. I had a second stick and that was still working so the cam was ok for sure. PS: i also put the stick on lock and took it off a couple of times (played with the switch on the back of the stick) It might have been the problem too... i will never know but i am happy with the result. Good luck with it u all, Ingrid
We use the camera often for documenting skin conditions. We have 3 1 dropped. It wouldn't focus and gave me the error message E:61:00 I took the advice of some people who posted and I whacked it with a hammer...tapped it actually around the lens. I think the lens gets stuck.
switch camara to setup select setup1 select format select ok let's your camara format it, then it will read if your camara format it and it wont read mean your memory stick is bad and will not read by pc. Dont let your pc format it, your camara will error with c:13:01 error
I own SONY F707. Finally figured out what was causing the error... loose ribbon wire. At the beginning [of the symptoms] rapid removal and insertion of the Memory Stick was sufficient, at one point that no longer helped. So I called the tech support, because my camera is off warranty, they wanted $270 for the labor, plus I have to pay for any parts they replace, plus shipping. I figured that, at best, I will get my camera back in 2 months for $350... or I can buy a new one for $500. With that mind I decided to open the camera and poke around since it was obvious to me that the problem is a loose contact. I had little fear of damaging the camera for two reasons: (1) it is broken already, (2) the optics and CCD compartment is completely isolated from the circuitry. The small ribbon wire connecting the Memory Stick bay to the main [and only] circuit board apparently came loose. I took everything apart and connected it back together. Seems to work fine. I will post detailed instructions on how to take the camera apart on my website soon. http://hbar.servepics.com/~val/text/articles/f707/
I have just recovered very precious pictures from the damaged Mavica CD using CDRoller. It looks like it is an excellent program. It is quite unfortunate though that the guy from Sony tech support knew nothing about this excellent software. When I called he just kept on bubling about the fact that my CD was damaged. So what? I highly recommend CD Roller.