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What happened to my 30d, this picture is messed up

 
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Nov 07, 2008 23:21 |  #16

naw naw you guys forgot thatv the 30D has Custom Function IIV which is...
Makes photos out of camera into puzzle shape pieces :0 simply change it to off and it will fix it


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Nov 08, 2008 02:13 |  #17

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So I'd just suggest you chuck the card in the garbage and buy a new one. They're cheap nowadays.

Whatever you do, no trash can, please. The Sandisk cards have a trash can logo with an X over it. It's not good for the environment is my understanding.


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Nov 08, 2008 02:17 |  #18

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Whatever you do, no trash can, please. The Sandisk cards have a trash can logo with an X over it. It's not good for the environment is my understanding.

I guess you have to eat them then.


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Nov 08, 2008 02:38 |  #19

DDCSD wrote in post #6646414 (external link)
I guess you have to eat them then.

Sandisks tastes better than Transcend :p




  
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Nov 08, 2008 04:11 |  #20

hbdragon88 wrote in post #6646400 (external link)
Whatever you do, no trash can, please. The Sandisk cards have a trash can logo with an X over it. It's not good for the environment is my understanding.

+1, let's be environmentally responsible!


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Nov 08, 2008 05:06 as a reply to  @ Sfordphoto's post |  #21

Cards are cheap now-

When in doubt--throw it out--or follow your conscience in it's disposal ;)


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Nov 08, 2008 05:21 |  #22

If the card was full, or you happened to turn off the camera before the buffer cleared and all shots were saved, this could happen.

I've done both before with my 30D.


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Nov 08, 2008 06:22 |  #23

Did you see the same broken image on your camera’s screen?
If not, then you have made a hasty conclusion of blaming the card.
There might be many different factors to get corrupted image like this.
I surprised that nobody mention the card reader or let say if you transfer files into the hard drive even one byte corrupts you can get something like this or even worse. (try to copy again)
Well, you already formatted your card, so case is closed!




  
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Nov 08, 2008 12:17 |  #24

hbdragon88 wrote in post #6646400 (external link)
Whatever you do, no trash can, please. The Sandisk cards have a trash can logo with an X over it. It's not good for the environment is my understanding.


I always thought that the x'ed out trash can meant that they are reusable, and that is why they should not be put in the garbage.

If have never discarded a CF card before. If they are not suppose to go into the garbage, where are they suppose to go when you want to get rid of one? My curb side recycling doesn't mention anything about CF cards.:confused:


  
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Nov 08, 2008 12:52 |  #25

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I always thought that the x'ed out trash can meant that they are reusable, and that is why they should not be put in the garbage.

If have never discarded a CF card before. If they are not suppose to go into the garbage, where are they suppose to go when you want to get rid of one? My curb side recycling doesn't mention anything about CF cards.:confused:

In our community, we have to take any electronics devices down to the recycling center on certain days when they accept electronics.


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Nov 08, 2008 14:01 |  #26

I haven't had to dispose of a CF card, but I guess I'd just toss it into the box of dead flashlight batteries and give 'em to the hazardous waste depot when I take my motor oil...

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Nov 08, 2008 17:34 |  #27
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this is why i only use sandisks




  
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Nov 08, 2008 17:38 |  #28

Scott McLoud wrote in post #6649561 (external link)
this is why i only use sandisks

ok, I've never actually thrown a card in the garbage... I just have a collection of bad cards sitting around. BTW... I think 4 of them are Sandisks (Ultra II and Extreme III) and I've had two bad Lexar Pro cards. So NO manufacturer is definitely clean.


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Aug 12, 2009 14:48 |  #29

I do not what the protocol is for replying to old posts is, so if I am replying to one that is too old please forgive me and correct me as to the protocol on this site/forum.

I have had recent trouble (in about the past 2 weeks) with several picture files being corrupted. I deleted the files from the card and reformatted on the camera and have still had intermittent problems.

I am using a 'Migicstor' CF+ 2.2 gig type II card.

I am including 2 of the 3 examples.

Is this the card or the camera?

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Aug 12, 2009 15:02 |  #30

Welcome to POTN.

Replace the card, try again.


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