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Nikon D50 Hi Since I removed my memory card and doanloded the pictures from my PC the camera refuse to take pictures, and I cannot see the menue screen at all it does not function.. on the control pane by the on of button.. when i press to take a picture it keeps on flashing.. and the word clock is there the battery is full Please can you tell me what to do? Kindes tregards leila

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  • bajabums Aug 12, 2008

    My D50 has been manually reset and I am still getting the memory card error. The menu screen won't come on. Battery is full. What was the solution to this "electronic" error? Does it need to be taken into an authorized repair dealer or can I fix this myself?

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Contact the makers support this is an electronic failure of some kind.

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