Kodak CD40 - Memory Card Problem

Discussion in 'Kodak' started by Bill Cahill, Nov 27, 2005.

  1. Bill Cahill

    Bill Cahill Guest

    Hello.

    Last week I bought the Kodak CD40 from Wal-Mart and got the SD 256 memoory
    card. When I try to use the camera with the card in place I have a message
    the card is full, so I have tried to format it according to the intructions
    in the book. I then get an error message "Filessys error e00100".

    The card is inserted correctly.

    I can take pictures fine using the internal memory but I'd like to take more
    than a couple dozen pictures before having to transfer them to my computer
    and delete them.

    Has anyone else had a problem with the CD40 and memory cards? I've shown
    what I'm doing to other people in my family who've have digital cameras for
    some time and so far they think it's the card.

    Thanks for any ideas.
     
    Bill Cahill, Nov 27, 2005
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  2. Bill Cahill

    Loginner Guest

    RUN! Don't walk to WalMArt and get the card or the camera or both
    replaced---you are still within the store's return policy if it is less than
    30 days since you bought it....I wouldn't fool around with something like
    that for very long...

    I own Kodaks but I am not a fan of their finished products and have learned
    the reliability of their finished products, given time is lousy. You might
    be lucky in having the problem show up early rather than later when Kodak
    can insult you again by not supporting their warranty or worse the warranty
    has just run out.


    "Bill Cahill" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Hello.
    >
    > Last week I bought the Kodak CD40 from Wal-Mart and got the SD 256 memoory
    > card. When I try to use the camera with the card in place I have a

    message
    > the card is full, so I have tried to format it according to the

    intructions
    > in the book. I then get an error message "Filessys error e00100".
    >
    > The card is inserted correctly.
    >
    > I can take pictures fine using the internal memory but I'd like to take

    more
    > than a couple dozen pictures before having to transfer them to my computer
    > and delete them.
    >
    > Has anyone else had a problem with the CD40 and memory cards? I've shown
    > what I'm doing to other people in my family who've have digital cameras

    for
    > some time and so far they think it's the card.
    >
    > Thanks for any ideas.
    >
    >
     
    Loginner, Dec 11, 2005
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  3. Bill Cahill

    qwer123

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    you need fix your card

    I think there is some error on your memory card. you may need some data recovery tool to fix it . I had the issue before and found some data recovery tool named EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard. you can take a try.
     
    qwer123, Nov 8, 2012
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