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Camera does not want to stay on

When turning on the camera (i739) the lens will come out like it wants to be ready to take a picture and then it will go back down and turn off by itself. I bought a memory card for it and it seems like it happened after I inserted into the camera because it was working fine before that. Was I supposed to do something before inserting the memory card? Any help I can get will be appreciated.
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Remove the memory card and try again .....

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