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If the [CHARGE] lamp flashes red The battery is faulty or the battery is loaded in the charger incorrectly. Remove the battery from the charger and check if its contacts are dirty. If they are, wipe them off with dry cloth and then reload the battery into the charger. When experiencing charging problems, also check to make sure that the power cord is not disconnected [CHARGE] lamp from the power outlet or charger. If an error still continues to occur after you perform the above steps, it could mean that the battery is faulty. Contact your nearest CASIO authorized service center.
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It depends on the Model of the camera. Few camera's do have that function and few don't.
However, most models do not have this feature as this would require a built in charge circuit, which would complicate
the design and definitely increase the size of the camera. Even large
cameras don't (usually) have built in charging circuits.
The thing to remember is that in order to charge the battery you must
have the same voltage as the original charger. USB ports only supply
5volts... typically at 500mah or less. If your camera does not allow
for the battery to be charged in the camera then it won't matter
because you will need an external charger.
Be careful about he type of external charger you buy because lithium batteries are dangerous if charged incorrectly.
this sounds like it doesn't make sense, and I don't know why it started working ok, but all I did was switch the position on the memory card to ''locked'', put it in the camcorder and of course it told me the card was locked. So I reinstalled it after ''unlocking'' it, and now it seems to work ok. Can't explain why this worked and still don't know what a "Directory Index" is...
If there is a flashing red light it could mean the battery is faulty or loaded in the charger incorrectly. Remove the battery from the charger and wipe off with dry cloth for it could be dirty and then reload into charger. It worked for me also i made sure none of the prongs on the charger were bent where the battery fits in. Hope that helps : )