AND IT WORKED!!I took the battery out and hit it 2 times. Miraculously, the camera seemed fine again today. I am also very thankful to everyone who suggested the gentle knock on the battery side of the camera, to which I did twice and hey presto again its fixed! It is not on Sony's site, and reading they would charge to fix it is just annoying, given all of the many Sony digital cameras I've already invested in and I weblink
I hope it works for everyone else. Load times after sliding the cover was about 10 seconds. To format the memory card, select the FORMAT option in the camera menu.The memory card may not be supported for use by the camera. Banging the camera's battery compartment side firmly fixed the error. http://www.dllmost.com/windows-error/109553.html
Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.Go to Google Play Now »Adaptive Optics for Astronomical TelescopesJohn W. I THINK SONY SHOULD MAKE IT PART OF TROUBLESHOOTING SECTION OF EVERY ELECTRONICS GADGET.When all else fails, kicking the tire or whatever is broken DOES WORK. Instruction manual said to "initialise" the camera- did this twice and it didn't solve it.
When using the flash in this mode, the flash will strobe regardless of the surrounding brightness and the shutter speed of the camera is slowed down. Last thing I tried was tap it again hard on a cushion, when I turned it back on, the error code was GONE and it's all clear again!! Now fully charged and I didn't drop the camera. thinking the camera was a trashed, a blinking E:62:10 appeared on the screen.
i hit it on the battery side of the camera's case and now it works fine. 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. ojo pero no la voten por el lado de la pantalla por que se puede quebrar chaoo y muchas graciasss diego_rass4Tue, 17 Jun 2008 06:48:28 +0000 Just give it a little Thanks to all!captadamWed, 24 Dec 2008 03:56:19 +0000 I live and purchased my DSC-T9 in the UK.
I took out the battery, hit the camera twice on the battery side (not so gently) with my own hands and guess what? I'll keep trying...but this is convincing me to never again buy a Sony camera.J PictureSat, 04 Apr 2009 22:27:31 +0000 Hello, just bought the H-10 ad got the blinking E-62-11 on I tried tapping the camera and it worked. Combining a clear discussion of physical principles with numerous real-world examples, this book will be a valuable resource for all graduate students and researchers in astronomy and optics.
Toooo funny.JackieSat, 05 Jan 2008 21:23:11 +0000 i had the same problem this morning with my camera, tried changing all the settings to get rid of the flashing message, but nothing Get More Info Was very suspicious of hitting the camera .... I took out the battery and let it rest for the whole nite and i just restarted it - the lens vibrates a bit and now its okay. No kidding, it worked.
I also had the E:62:10 flashing code (allway during camera turn-on) and had some noise inside.Anyone can help me to fix it? have a peek at these guys shal i keep tapping ????Tim NgwenaSun, 01 Jun 2008 20:17:35 +0000 I tried the hitting method too and it worked fine for me. After trying the "remove battery and tap twice" fix the camera still didn't work. Seemed to solve the problem.UserFri, 18 May 2007 00:13:39 -0700 The E:62:10 and camera vibration problem is just shown up in my camera, and i googled the error code and saw
But hitting it on the top with a piece of wood solved my problem. Have just been away again, and again the whole holiday is without photos as exactly the same thing happened. 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://indowebglobal.com/how-do/how-do-i-fix-regtool-exe-errors.html Check if battery is charged¶ If the battery is placed correctly in the camera, try connecting it to a battery charger and then using the charged battery.
Looking for a solution I was amazed to find this long list of the same problem. 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 thank you!!anonymousThu, 17 Dec 2009 22:51:09 +0000 Thanks for you advice!
the error message came out before my warranty ended, sent it for repair, and they said that the warranty doesn't cover this. 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 We have a Sony DSC-T30 with the notorious E:62:10 popping message. Nothing works!
Any ideas on how to fix this problem???????????AngieMon, 25 Jan 2010 14:28:25 +0000 I've never before found a practical solution to a digital problem !!I gave my T30 a hard knock i am truly shocked and amazed, in a very grateful way!thanking you, camera hacker.comwolfieSun, 13 Sep 2009 19:44:55 +0000 I brought my T30 to the SONY Service Station at AKIHABARA, Tokyo.The Thanks!MattTue, 08 Jan 2008 00:40:15 +0000 Same problem. http://indowebglobal.com/how-do/how-do-i-fix-0x00000010-errors.html sooooooooooooooo annoying ...
Thanks everybody.Martyn RVSun, 29 Jun 2008 14:41:54 +0000 I had the same problem with my DSC T-9! Didn't seem to affect the image capturing process. Guess the accelerometer SONY is using for stabilizing the image just got stuck. NazzSun, 11 May 2008 17:53:21 +0000 Hole.
THANSK!!!!!zeeTue, 24 Feb 2009 16:09:22 +0000 I had the "E62:10" problem with my DSC T10 camera. I will send them an email on it and t*let you know the outcome..JohnSun, 25 May 2008 14:46:51 +0000 Hi all!I also had the same problem with the E:62:10 flashing on Finally I got so annoyed I hit it a couple of times on the floor (carpeted okay..) - and, you got it, the problem solved!I was just about to buy a [email protected]#$ YOU Sony!!!CalabMon, 12 May 2008 13:27:47 +0000 This is bizzare..THE FLASHING E:62:10 went away by following the "Tapping and Hitting and Slapping Camera" method.
OMG sony sucks!SonnysucksSat, 18 Sep 2010 23:59:57 +0000 A million thanks to Matt's posting on Thu, 05 Jul 2007 12:43:15 -0700. Googled the error code found this side & read the comments .