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Tim Maloney
What the??/\
on Jun 2, 2008 at 8:10:45 am

OK so I shot a short spot this morning on my HPX 3000.

1050i intra frame 100 25fps shutter1/50.

Chose slot 1 for the recordings.

Shoot went well replaying takes etc to the client. Thumbnail window full of shots.

Its a short drive across town so I shut the camera down.

Pull the camera out back at base and pull card 1 out camera powered off.

Load into 5 card reader, no name comes up but NO CONTENTS - Nothing.

Put card back into camera and the card wont load up!! its presence is noted but it is greyed out.

Alternatively load onto Duell Adapter into macbook pro.

When I get that piece of junk to load the card - Nothing in the contents!!

What can change with a simple drive across town??

Best

Tim






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Tony Grace
Re: What the??/
on Jun 2, 2008 at 9:31:03 am

Tim
Had similar incident last w/e ... check to see if you have any files in icon, audio and clip folders... if so try and download from net Restore 2000 Pro demo and see if u can find them...then download fullprogram

tony



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Brad Neal
Re: What the??/
on Jun 2, 2008 at 2:26:40 pm

For future reference, always make sure that the write-protect tab is flipped to "protect" prior to loading the card in anything but the camera. PC's and Mac's both will write files to the card when inserted that can damage the video files.

-Brad



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Noah Kadner
Re: What the??/
on Jun 2, 2008 at 8:27:58 pm

[Brad Neal] "For future reference, always make sure that the write-protect tab is flipped to "protect" prior to loading the card in anything but the camera. PC's and Mac's both will write files to the card when inserted that can damage the video files.

-Brad"


Exactly- especially if you "shoot to the last drop" and completely fill a card. One little extra hidden file can corrupt the card easily then.

Noah



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Tim Maloney
P2 Card gone awol
on Jun 2, 2008 at 9:17:54 pm

Thanks Guys,

So the file structure has been upset.

Restore demo is for windoze.

Will disk warrior sort it out on the mac??

Tim



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Tony Grace
Re: P2 Card gone awol
on Jun 3, 2008 at 3:56:29 am

Think u need to try windows as the card is formatted FAT32 Windows Structure not mac ox


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Brad Neal
Re: P2 Card gone awol
on Jun 3, 2008 at 12:12:13 pm

Have you tried placing the card back in the camera and doing a repair?



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Peter Corbett
Re: P2 Card gone awol
on Jun 4, 2008 at 7:14:16 am

The guys in Sydney at the ACS 50th said if you load a P2 card into a Mac, it can write files to the card without you knowing. If the 5-card reader was connected to a Mac, I guess this could be what happened to you. I haven't come across this with Vista and P2.

Shot a lot of AVC-100 test footage in Sydney on the 3000. Very nice pictures. Now if Adobe would just release new codecs to support it.....

Peter Corbett
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John Fishback
Re: What the??/
on Jun 11, 2008 at 10:35:24 pm

Imagine Products P2Log and HD Log can repair P2 cards - sometimes. I don't know if their demos let you try that functionality.

John

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