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The only way is copy pictuers from internal memory to the external memory using the camera Copy pictures or videos: 1 Press the Review button, then press the Menu button. 2 Press to highlight Copy , then press the OK button. 3 Press to highlight an option: PICTURE or VIDEO-copies the current picture or video. EXIT-returns to the Review menu. ALL-copies all pictures and videos from your selected storage location to the other location. 4 Press the OK button.
NOTE: Pictures and videos are copied, not moved. To remove pictures and videos from the original location after copying, delete them
Does the menu show when you press the MENU button? Can you see your pictures when you press the Playback button (right-pointing triangle)? If so, then there's nothing to fix. The D40 works as SLRs have worked for half a century. There's a viewfinder which allows you to frame and compose your picture. The LCD monitor is for menus, camera settings, and picture review. LiveView, which allows you to use the monitor for shooting, is a recent development, which Nikon introduced into their cameras with the D3 and D300, both introduced years after the D40.
Close the LCD. Turn the camera off and then on. Look thorough the view finder and press the disp button to cycle through menus until it comes back to picture view. Open the LCD. If it doesn't show picture view, Press the disp button next to the menu button.
First, make sure there is a card installed in the camera. Set the camera's picture storage location to the internal memory. Press the Review button, then press the Menu button. Press up/down to highlight Copy, then press the OK button. Press up/down to highlight an option, and press OK.
To set the camera's picture storage location, press the Menu button. Press up/down to select Image Storage. Select Internal Memory and press OK.
Copy pictures or videos:
1 Press the Review button, then press the Menu button.
2 Press to highlight Copy , then press the OK button.
3 Press to highlight an option:
PICTURE or VIDEO—copies the current picture or video.
EXIT—returns to the Review menu.
ALL—copies all pictures and videos from your selected storage location to the
4 Press the OK button.
NOTE: Pictures and videos are copied, not moved. To remove pictures and videos from the original location
after copying, delete them
(i) Please check if the Battery is fully charged. (ii) Next, turn off the Camera, remove the Battery pack then press and hold the Power button for 30 seconds. (iii) Then, reinsert the Battery pack and turn ON the Camera. (iv) Next, try to access the menu options either by directly pressing the menu buttons or while reviewing the images. (v) If the menu options are accessible while reviewing the captured images then reset the Camera to the original factory settings. Please follow the steps given below to reset the Camera to the original factory settings: (a) Turn ON the Camera. (b) Access the menu screen either by directly pressing the Menu button or pressing the menu button while reviewing the captured images. (c) If menu screen is accessible, then press the right arrow on the Control button to select (Setup) Settings, then press the right arrow again. (d) Next, select the Setup 1 option by using left/right/up/down arrow on the control button. (e) Then, select Initialize and OK. (f) Finally, follow the on-screen instructions to set the clock in the Camera.
Performing the above steps will reset the Camera to the original factory settings. If the issue persists even after performing all the above steps successfully then the issue is related to hardware malfunctioning and service is required.
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Sanyo has two parts distributors in the U.S. Both are listed below. You'll need to contact the one closest to you and inquire about purchasing a replacement manual. In the meantime, if you're just trying to program the channels into your TV, you need to bring up the TV's menu and select the screen that has the channel or setup options. All TV menus follow the same general format: you should see icons or words going across the top of the screen or down the left side indicating the different menus that are available. On some older TVs you have to press the menu button more than once to cycle through the different menus. Each menu has different options such as picture options (brightness, color, tint, etc) audio options, setup options, and channel options. Use the arrow keys on the TV remote to manipulate what you see once the menu is on the screen. Once you find the channel options, you need to perform what's called a channel scan. On the screen it may say auto scan, auto program, or channel scan. Once you start the scan, you're done. The TV will scan for all available channels and the menu will disappear once it's finshed.
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It may not be stuck but it doesn't mean the button is ok, It would be the first thing to look at.. Is it still clicking like the others?
Are similar things happening in menu options (like exposure bracketing) although the anti-bounce detection is slightly longer in the menus than picture scrolling, also when you scroll through pictures the camera "remembers" how many times you press the button and forwards accordingly.
It could (but unlikely) be the ribbon cable that connects the back to the main board, although unlikely as you would usually see more disruption, more keys giving problems as well as status display problems (faint or missing items)