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The camera started to vibrate and I had the error message flashing. For a minute there I was already thinking of buying another camera...Thanks for the great tip guys!!AmbroseTue, 15 Apr 2008 22:15:15 +0000 Thank you for your help! I did all sides just to make sure. Did not drop it. http://igroupadvisors.com/how-do/how-do-i-fix-wordpad-exe-errors.php

A simple Google search came up with this page and I was sceptical of the recommended method. Read about how to fix it first off remove battery ( they don't tell you that ) removing front of camera strip off vib unit somthing about the glue perished and Thank youDena Thu, 31 Jan 2008 01:22:01 +0000 I have a Sony T10 and it was working fine yesterday. I used paperback book laying on a table to blunt the impact.MikeTue, 18 May 2010 22:38:03 +0000 I had the E:62:10 error on my Sony DSC-T10 as well, after dropping it my site

Error: C:13:xx or MEMORY STICK ERROR appears on the LCD¶ If an error code starting with C:13 or if MEMORY STICK ERROR appears on the LCD, the memory card being used Please don't try this on living beings !!BafanaSat, 24 May 2008 00:21:48 +0000 My Sony DSC T50 gave problem when my mom brought it to Korea - mom called me and I´m really surprised,sumarizing your threads it seems, Sony has real technincal problems and end customer has no chance to regress for the complaint, isn´t it. 3 years old, the T9 is

It clearly has something to do with the battery leads and simply oxidation or dust. Never agreed with this theory, but u can't argue with all the feedback here.johTue, 12 Jan 2010 10:21:46 +0000 Thanks guys, I tapped the battery side of my camera and it Couldn't believe it myself but anyhow, it's back to normal now. However the error is shown again after turning on and off few times.So I decide to repair my T30.

Got really annoyed. WolfFri, 04 Jan 2013 03:44:18 +0300 thanks for the above comments.tapping on my cam solved my problem.varun katragaddaFri, 12 Apr 2013 18:12:41 +0400 I have a DSC-T30 and after many years i.e. http://www.dllsafe.com/windows-error/109553.html The lens unit is broken, so it has to be replaced with new one.

It is possible that the battery is in backwards. But the hitting work fine for me, too. Refer to the battery installation guide here for more information on correctly inserting the battery. IT WORKED SO ..

yes, the camera fell onto the marble floor from a 3.5 foot drop. http://comphelp.org/guide/sony-dsc-t9-error-codes/ If anyone has any recomendations please let me know.PaulSun, 01 Jul 2007 20:21:41 -0700 I had the error message as well on my DSC-T9. had to be replaced$255.00 parts and $55.00 to fit it I dont think so ,will wait and buy a new camera !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!paulMon, 16 Apr 2007 01:14:50 -0700 Just had the same Miraculously, the trick worked!!!

It includes information on basic adaptive optics components and technology, and has chapters devoted to atmospheric turbulence, optical image structure, laser beacons, and overall system design. weblink Sometimes only for one picture before it starts again.:(CharlieWed, 11 Jul 2007 16:42:02 -0500 Just had that same E:62:10 error message appear on my T9. So, first thing is to carefully clean the battery contacts. At first I didn't believe on the "hitting" technique but it really works.

I followed his instruction & my 3-year old T-9 is working again without the E:62:10 message ! When smacking it, the error disappears tenporarily. I am in Austria now and after a wild night at Oktoberfest in neighboring Munich, Germany my kamera (DSC-T50) started to make the flashing E:62:10. http://igroupadvisors.com/how-do/how-do-i-fix-0x00000010-errors.php sadly, the fact that we have to hit it in order for it to work, really gets you thinking; WTF SONY...Thanks for the advise guys it helped.

To reset the camera to its factory settings, follow the guide here. wierdest thing i heard but it worked. Then, angry and dissapointed I smacked the camera really EXTREMELY hard on the table, so that if it wouldn't have been broken before it would be now.And wonder what, this solved

The most odd solution!

It's been going on for 2 years now and it looks like this is the end... I like them overall and have a lot of memory stick pros, they have suckered me into buying more Sony's just because I have gigs of memory stick pros. Initializing, taking off the battery or even the slight tapping suggested above did nothing. Hitting it with my palm wasn't enough though- I had to use a slightly more solid surface with a little more force(arm of the couch).

HardyEditionillustratedPublisherOxford University Press, 1998ISBN0195090195, 9780195090192Length438 pagesSubjectsScience›CosmologyScience / Cosmology  Export CitationBiBTeXEndNoteRefManAbout Google Books - Privacy Policy - TermsofService - Blog - Information for Publishers - Report an issue - Help - Sitemap - I googled the problem, and came across this page... Anybody know what I should do?RajeshMon, 19 Sep 2011 17:17:25 +0000 I have a tx10 and unfortunately none of the advice in this page seems to be working for me :-( http://igroupadvisors.com/how-do/how-do-i-scan-my-g4-mac-for-errors.php Didn't seem to affect the image capturing process.

Sony should have a feature to switch of self diagnosis. HardyOxford University Press, 1998 - Science - 438 pages 2 Reviewshttps://books.google.com/books/about/Adaptive_Optics_for_Astronomical_Telesco.html?id=-0aAWyckS_8CThis book by one of the leaders in adaptive optics covers the fundamental theory and then describes in detail how this Sony Support Service placed near AKIHABARA said the phenomenon is caused by the function trouble of adjusting lens position. Good luck if it dosent workBjörnSat, 11 Apr 2009 03:36:46 +0000 With E:62:10, the camera function works just fine.

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