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Camera won't turn on

It is fully charged and was working. I connected it to my computer and was watching a slidshow of the photos. I wanted to rotate one photo so click rotate. Then, nothing happened, the camera shut off, my computer no longer detects it and even when I unplug the camera from the computer it won't turn on.
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Remove the batteries for 30 minutes and try again. Good luck!

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