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I have a deo 3300 mp3, mpeg4 digital camaera. I used it to record my class one day and now it's not even turning on.

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You do not mention the model number. What I have found so far is it may have been manufactured for Radio Shack. You may try their web site or contact them for a manual.

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You should try to get an SD card. They used to make SD cards up to 4GB, but as I said, now they already make 2GB SDHC, So look careful when buying a memory card.
If it was the card you always used, try to get all pictures from the card, using an external memory card reader on your computer. Then in the camera do a format, before you continue.
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