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Camera hibernates after 4 or 5 shots

After taking 4 or 5 shots, my D100 "hibernates," refusing to let me shoot again. I have been switching it off and back on, which seems to work. Sometimes when I do this, in the off position the digital read-out remains in the view finder. Any advice?

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