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Blackout i was shooting RAW with sandisk extreme III, turned it off, and when i wanted to turn it on it couldn't. recharged battery, and it couldn't. than i took my friend's 350 also, and it worked with my battery, so i put my card in it and it just couldn't turn on.also can't turn on without card or some other. seems like some virus, but extreme III? card reader also dosen't work any more. what went wrong? in the meantime camera didn't fall, card wasn't ejeted.

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No virus on canon Dslr. Try another flash card and another battery. Some of them is bad stuff

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