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Booting the RDC-7

I wanted to upgrade my Ricoh RDC-7. (approx six years old) Found the install guide but used a 64MB memory card instead of the recommended 32Mb. (Foolish I know) but I cannot purchase a 32MB or less card over here. Teh upgrade failed and now th ecamera does not start up anymore. The problem occurs that when pressing the ?on button? the red and green led go on and stay on. I tried several other buttons (pressing them together with the on switch) No luck, the camera is not working anymore. Is their a way to onload the power on the camera's internal battery and to install the newist version of factory software in to camera's memory?

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Have you contacted Ricoh support?
It is worth a try ,
also try the upgrade on a smaller card
The upgrade is still available from Ricoh

Posted on Jan 02, 2008

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The camera is dead now if the wrong upgrade was used there is no undoing it. Plus the fact it is six years old. Money better spent on getting a modern camera because no repairs are possible.

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