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The best solution is to send the product back to the manufacturer for repair or replacement. If you have a receipt for the product and its within the warranty period (1 year) they will do this free of charge. I can help you with the process. Muzu
The problem could be that the memory card that you have isn't compatible with your camara. Try getting a memory card form a trusted company like Staples. If that doesn't work try taking the camara to the shop and tell them the problem. The camara might be a fake brand. I hope this helps! :) take care
I heard from another posting on here and the answer, that someone took fine sandpaper and cleaned off the terminal ends of both battery and camera and blew out the dust particles from that before replacing the battery, then then camera worked. I have yet to try it with my Kodak camera that is 2 years old and suddenly died too! The batteries are fine and work in other cameras.
You text does not read true. You are connecting to a Windows PC I assume The camera plugs to a USB - what is special about it? Remove all software associated with the camera. Now plug the camera in and set it to upload. Windows will put of the Scanner/Camera Wizard. Let Windows do the work