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I received the Disk Error message on my Sony Mavica FD-71 digital camera tonight, so I searched the web to find some solutions. I found a few suggestions, so I took the camera apart but didn't take the actual disk drive apart. By the way, I had tried six different floppy disks in the camera--that all worked fine in my computer disk drive. I never took the time to reformat any of them using my computer.
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dave gunn Posted Sep 11, 2004
HOW DO YOU FORMAT A FLOPPY ON YOUR COMPUTER?
anonymous Posted Jul 26, 2004
Hi, thanks for the good advise. I took a small screw driver and move the two tabs that are on each side of the camera's drive. Moved them in just slightly, which corrected my disk error problem. Thanks all, Brad
anonymous Posted May 11, 2004
720 Diskettes have the problem only use diskettes formatted 1.44 No = DSDD Yes = DSHD
Jim Kloss Posted Oct 18, 2003
I had the same Mavica 1301 disk error. Did everything suggested above. No luck. Took the camera apart - still no luck. Finally, I took a little screwdriver and stuck it inside the diskette opening and ROTATED THE LITTLE ARM THAT SPINS THE DISKETTE. That did it! You can see the plate rotate as you move the arm ... just make sure you move it around. I don't know if the rotating plate was stuck or what, but the camera worked fine after that. Good luck!
kirby Posted Mar 01, 2004
I have a fd 85 with this error have tried everything where do we send to get repaired? thanks
Joe Posted Feb 09, 2004
I have a Mavica CD-200 that pops up with the C:13:01 error i have cleaned the lens but no luck it still wont recognize any type of cd i put in.
usha Posted Jan 27, 2004
Chelito If you still have the fd100 for sale - let me know. Thanks
Franklin Posted Jan 05, 2004
Hola, I got the new 32mb memory stick last week and put it into camera. It shows C:13:01 (flashing) What do I do? Return it to the store? I tried to format it but not working. Let me know what should I do? Thanks
Greg Posted Dec 18, 2003
Anyone figure this out. My error is my own fault. My battery died as I was finalizing a CD and now I get this error. Can someone provide some advice on recovering the info off the CD? Greg
splash Posted Dec 12, 2003
i have a mvc-fd73.my work bought a new one because of this error code, so i took it home thinking i could fix it, but no luck,,Ive tried everyones ideas and still no luck. So if anyone thinks they know the answer or would be willing to fix it, please let me know,, thanks splash