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markbedish
post Dec 3 2007, 08:02 AM
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Hi,

My 3200 has developed a fault and will not read anything inserted into CF slot, either storage or network cards. The fault I get is 'Anonymous Memory'.

I really cant use it without this slot (unless I work out USB, and I use a Mac which does not support it?).

Any ideas where I can get it fixed - I am based in UK, but it was bought from Conics, Japan. I dont really want to send it back to Japan, any ideas if there is somewhere in Europe?

Thanks for any advice.

Mark
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speculatrix
post Dec 3 2007, 01:02 PM
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sorry to hear of your problem. if it's definitely not a software problem (do a NAND backup, flash to original, test)....

have you checked that you didn't bend a pin inside the slot, or even got a whisker of wire in there?

otherwise figlabs in UK, or Trisoft in Germany might be able to help. sorry to hear of your problem, hope you get it fixed.
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markbedish
post Dec 3 2007, 01:45 PM
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I cant backup because the CF is not recognised (I tried to flash restore). YOu are probably right, it might be a bent pin or something but I dont know how to open it. I guess it comes from frequently changing cards for network or storage. I'll definitely not change cards so frequently in future.

Thanks for the tip, I'll try figlabs or trisoft depending on price.

Mark

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