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Remove the memory card and you should be able to see them on the camera. Bear in mind that the camera doesn't have much internal memory, only enough to hold nine pictures at full resolution and best quality.
If you dont put a memory card in your camera it is forced to record on and read from the internal memory (which is pretty small). If you do insert a memory card (is it a memory stick?) you can read the card but not the internal memory. Try it both with and without the memory stick.
Hey mneeth, I would first try formatting the memory card, but remember when you do this it will erase all the images on your memory card so upload your images to your computer first. If this doesn't work I would try resetting the camera to its factory settings which can be done from the setup menu. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
A sudden jolt like that can damage the working parts of the lens, and or the internal connections. What can happen is that the small connectors can become unhooked and lose conductivity. If that happens, then you various controls or all controls will quit. Because the screen is blank or black, it could also mean that the LCD is broken.