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Tks. I have that problem if my battery grip is not tight enough on my D200. Thank you Stephan and others for taking the time to share things learned. This was not the fix I was hoping for. weblink

It is not an intermittant problem, it is all the time, and has rendered the camera unusable. However, I've never seen anyone on the internet give a solution. I tried the card on my Windows box, but it does not detect a removable device. Thanks again Reply by Simeon 2011/11/24 Could you please tell me how you ordered the card reader part from Nikon USA? https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/41277/Getting+a+format+error+in+both+on+and+off+positions

Nikon D70 Format Card In Camera

Check out these 25 awesome shots captured by photo.net photographers! For future reference, are you aware which ones do NOT work in the D70? Reformat card in camera to start over.

I saw some water damage I had never known about on the latter, as well, which was enlightening. I hope that wasn't too much. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Your Comment:You may use these HTML tags and attributes:

Nikon D70 Troubleshooting Because I've seen this problem all over various messege boards on the internet with the D70 and the D70s with every kind of memory card under the sun.

The camera cannot read the card. Nikon D70 Cha Fortunately, I didn't have the BGLOD (Blinking Green Light of Death). But... http://www.ecoustics.com/electronics/forum/photography/189055.html There are only 2 screws where the CF card holder attaches to the camera.

If that first shot doesn't open, I'm driving back across down and delaying everything and everyone. Nikon D70 Manual am i so new to DSLRs (and i am...i have a defunct F90, 2 FM2s, and 2 Nikkormats), that i can't even figure out the most basic of formatting operations? It seems D70 and D70s suffer from this CHA problem. Yes No Voted Undo Score 0 Cancel Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz?

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As Patric said, the ribbon cable socket of the bottom end uses a very different locking principle. http://galleryproject.org/node/42806 Ha! Nikon D70 Format Card In Camera Even after doing this for about an hour and utlizing a SanDisk 512 mb card also [FONT=Verdana]and I could not recreate the CHA ERROR. Nikon D70s Memory Card Problems To disconnect this cable, carefully slide the black part of the connector downwards, towards the cable.

maybe it's model specific, or my non-functioning camera hasn't even gotten far enough to have that error. (what does CHA stand for?) time to contact cametacameras... http://windowsazure4j.org/nikon-d70/nikon-d70-error.html Like I had been shooting with the lens cap on or I would get a "Image Contains No Information" message. Followed them easily. New SmugMug Customizations Let us Help You Make the Most of your SmugMug Photo Sharing Site! Nikon D70 Card Is Not Formatted

Do I have to grow up and use "P" or "M" modes. I have 4 different compact flash cards and it happens on all of them . Berny Gold MemberUsername: Project6Post Number: 6472Registered: Dec-03 Posted on Wednesday, March 01, 2006 - 09:32 GMTRichie, Good call on the microdrives, for some reason I remember reading that it wasn't recommended http://windowsazure4j.org/nikon-d70/nikon-d70-r17-error.html Also, when I put my memory card in my card reader, what shows up on the computer screen where it normally identifies my G drive, which is the card reader, is

It is better to use a memory card reader to transfer your pictures to the PC. In short, this post helped me because my newer camera (d3100) doesn't autofocus some of my lenses, doesn't work as a flash commander, and doesn't have an IR sensor for use It was really difficult to tell how much of a change was happening.

Mike De Barbieris New memberUsername: MikiedPost Number: 1Registered: Mar-07 Posted on Sunday, March 25, 2007 - 04:06 GMTI have a problem with my D70, there is a CHA message comes up

  1. Something is causing it and I know that there has to be someone out there that had the problem, sent the camera off to be fixed and it was fixed.
  2. TO RESET: Remove all accessories from the camera.
  3. Any tips or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
  4. They're clickable now for an enlarged view.
  5. Unfortunately, after taking it all apart, cleaning, checking and re-assembling, there is no improvement.
  6. LeZot indicated they see this issue a lot with the D70.
  7. Find More Posts by ziggy53 Dec-28-2007, 04:37 AM #9 bkatz Major grins Join Date: Oct 2007 Location: New Jersey Posts: 284 also the lock switch I have seen it only twice
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  9. I suspect the card problems to be caused by the flex-PCB's / flatcables between the PCB's.
  10. The drive was having consistently problems with some saved files, exactly like bad sectors on a harddrive.

It could be, 1. Thanks, Alvaro. This is not the right time to be drinking Coke or eating chips. Or what is going on?

This is my first post on this subject, but since my problem is now solved, I thought you might all like to know how I fixed it. same result. In spite of a new flash card. http://windowsazure4j.org/nikon-d70/nikon-d70-r04-error.html I looked at my SD card and there was an odd piece of broken plastic that just barely covered the contact point.

It just popped up with the CHA and I couldn't get rid of it. Reply by Kiersten 2016/03/23 I followed all the instructions exactly, however once reassembled it would not turn on at all. Also, make sure you do not delete individual files in-camera. Those that believe it's all in the memory cards and those that throw the camera away and upgrade.

Remove them all and set them aside. Changed cards immediately and retrieved all images, the reload is for prevention. Nikon shows no upgrades for the D70s, do I just follow the instructions and software for the D70? And how would a repair like this cost or is it even worth fixing?

Berny Platinum MemberUsername: Project6Post Number: 13572Registered: Dec-03 Posted on Tuesday, March 27, 2007 - 16:22 GMTContact Sandisk and inquire about data recovery. Now it's telling me I need to format my memory card. I have tried them all. Although Nikon charged me nothing, someone had told me that they generally charge around $300 for most any repair (and my D70 was completely broken).

Lacey New memberUsername: Laceylyn77Post Number: 1Registered: May-11 Posted on Monday, May 09, 2011 - 16:35 GMTLove this thread. i've recharged the already full battery. Thanks! I'm so frustrated.

I have asked to some people and found that one actually got his camera repaired with answer that the memory card reader in D70 is failed. ps2: When I repaired my D70s, I found clean motherboard, perfect sealing.. Reply by carol 2012/03/07 In case anyone is still looking at this, talked with Nikon today, the part number is actually 1C998-634 (number transposed above). When you are fighting the CHA or CHR, reformat your card using a card reader and your computer using the FAT format.

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