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Menu will not display

Camera will take pictures and LCD screen is working, put arrow pad is not working. The menus will not display, therefore you can not do anything! I can not download my pictures to computer because you need to use the menu pad. The camera has not been dropped or damaged recently (it was damaged by water 9 months ago, but repaired by Olympus and has worked fine since then). The xd card did have a virus on it just before this happened (Brontok) but was removed with anti-virus program as soon as it was discovered. Is is possible for a virus to infect the internal workings of the camera? This has just occurred this past week. I can not be positive it wasn't doing this before the virus, but I don't think so. Thank you.

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Hi, as you said, you got your camera repaired in olympus.If your camera is in guarantee period, istrongly suggest to go to olympus again.I also think as per our experience that virus can't affect the menu pad or arrow keys. I think the delicate circuit attached with mode sw ond arrow keys will be damaged. so go to olympus now. good luck...

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