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Starts at menu

Every time i turn on the camera it goes to the setup menu for location, date and time

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  • George McRobbie Apr 21, 2008

    I also have the same problem! Any ideas would be greatly appreciated

  • mstradman Apr 21, 2008

    the circuit board was replaced under warranty and now it works.

  • mstradman Jul 02, 2008

    had to send camera in for repair. the circuit board was replaced under warranty.

  • Anonymous Jul 03, 2008

    me too, and not only that, it now refuses to take still pictures. It will only take video.

  • fmrocks1978 Aug 14, 2008

    I have the same problem...Casio EXilim was working fine..until it the battery went completely dead. I resolved the recharge issue with the battery but now every time I turn the camera on, the menu comes up and I have to reset. As soon as I turn the camera off, the settings are lost again.



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With the Casio Z45 they seemed to have a similar problem and suggested that you format the internal flash memory.

Remove Card
Turn on camera
Set Date etc
Format Memory and turn off.

It didnt work for me, but you may have more success!

Posted on Apr 21, 2008


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OK, here's the fix. This camera has internal flash memory that is used to store settings and can be used for limited picture storage. Its use for saving setting is essential, however. If this gets corrupted then the camera won't save settings. Whoever said to format the internal memory had the right idea.

After much experimentation here's how. Remove your SD memory from the camera and turn it on. This will force it to run on the internal memory only. Run through the time/date/location setup again. It will complain about the memory card. Ignore this and press menu. Under Setup, select format. Choose format memory card and do it. This will format the internal memory. Once it is done, turn the camera off and back on. You'll notice that the problem is gone and it has remembered your last setup.
BTW, my camera is a EX-Z75. Not sure there is a Z57 model.

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