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Hi, The black screen problem means the lens sensor is spoiled due to over exposure to heat. Its better to give it to Kodak service center. If your camera is under warranty period its well and good they will replace the lens sensor for free of cost. Thank you
You may have to press the flash button several times
there are several settings
Flash on, Flash on auto, anti red-eye and flash off.
Press the button and watch the screen on the back, if theres no menu when you press once, look for a small icon, it should change each time you press the button. You want the one the looks like a lightning bolt with a slash across it.
the pics on the memory card should still be fine. you will have to purchase a memory card reader they are inexpensive ,for example a usb memory sd reader goes for around 25.00 be sure it can read sd memory the memory card is ejected next to the batteries. http://www.dpinterface.com/reviews/canon-powershot-a430/canon-a430-side1.jpg
when you insert them in the reader it will read as another drive and you will see your pics.
I had the same problem with my C643 I took it apart and still found nothing wrong. I didn't feel like paying kodak prices so I just sold it on ebay so someone could get it for the high demand LCD screen.