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When I plug my sanyo e1600 tp into a usb port, it won't turn on. It still won't turn on when I unplug it, unless I remove and replace the battery. I can review photos on the touch screen, bu

All in question above. The camera just stops working when I plug into USB port to download. Can't get photos onto computer.

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