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My camera won't turn on!

I push the power switch down, the light on the side turns red. Solid red, no flashing, nothing. Then after about 20 seconds the screen flashes saying DXG and then turns off. Everytime. What can I do to fix it?

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  • JRossi1984 Feb 17, 2009

    I have the same problem and have tried different batteries. I have noticed that without a memory card it turns on and off alot quicker. There must be a reset or something. I also tried to turn it on while plugged in to the computer, but have the same problem.

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Check your memory card you need a sd card or mmc for this camera make sure your card is not an sd hc card over 2gb it will not support it

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