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Camera screen is black at start up

I have a digital camera named canon powr shot SD750 digital GLPH. Since yesterday whenever I switch on the camera I found that the LCD screen is black and I can not seen anything but if I take picture it comes blank picture. However I can see the earlier picture even in the slide show. how can i fix the problem.

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You should reset the camera. This is a fairly easy procedure which involves either going into your setup menu and choosing "reset" (or intialize), holding down the menu key for 5 seconds, or, removing the batteries for a few minutes. It may be that the firmware loading got corrupted and the camera just needs to be "rebooted," which is something that turning it on/off won't accomplish. But after which, you should have the camera reset to factory default settings.

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