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It could be a hardware problem. Half a screen not working doesn't sound good to me. I have a PaperWhite Kindle. I had another Kindle I dropped and it came up like yours, with half a screen showing the picture and the other half the screen showing white. It's now a paper weight.
You can try a total reboot by holding down the power button for about twenty seconds. Mine hangs up every couple months and the touch screen stops responding and the reboot by holding down the power button for about twenty seconds fixes it every time. It takes a few minutes. You have to sit there and watch the slow progress bar fill in as it goes through the re-boot process.
If this doesn't work, you might try removing the back cover, disconnecting the battery. Letting it set for minute or so and then reconnect the battery, re-install the back cover and try a normal short-power button push first and if nothing happens, follow it with the long power button push.
The LCD picture is clear indicates that the lens is clear enough to capture the image, if there would be any disturbance on the lens you would come to know on the LCD itself.
When you push the button to shoot , it could be that you are pressing the button just half way which is a function used to focus on the object before full press of the button or actual shot of the image.
I would recommend you to half press the button till you focus on your image and then when your hands are steady and there is no shake on the camera , go ahead and press the button full which would result in the image being taken.
normal procedure for deleting images using a dscs700 cam.
1. press playback button (button you use for viewing images, located just above the lcd screen,left side w/arrow icon pointing to the left)
2.salect the image by pressing the left or right control button
3.once image to be deleted is selected, press the delete button (2 black squares w/a slash and garbage can icon,below the control buttons on the left side).
4.select delete option by pressing the up control button.
5.press middle of the control button to confirm.
...or if you would like to just remove everything on the memory stick including protected images you can just format the ms by:
1.press menu to diplay menu settings.
2.press right control button to go to setup (looks like a toolbox or suitcase icon) and press the right control button again.
3.press the down control button to go to Memory Stick Tool and press right again to confirm selection.
4.press right control button to select format.
5.press up control to select ok and press middle control button. message will appear telling you that "all data in ms will be erased.ready?"
6'press up control to select ok and confirm by pressing middle control button.format completed.
hope this info helps. thanks:)
First, does the machine print normally from a computer or when making copies? If so, then most probably you have enabled a private receive fax mode. In this mode, faxes are not printed immediately upon receipt (to prevent unauthorized people to read them), but are stored in memory, waiting for an authorized person to come and print them, providing a PIN (password). To print the faxes stored in memory, do the following: - press FaxMenu - using arrow buttons select "receive" - press OK - using arrow buttons select "print faxes" - press OK - using the alphanumeric keypad enter the PIN/password and press OK THe previously received faxes should print.. SOmeone must have turned this option on, so ask that person what he/she entered as the PIN.
The likely problem is the shortcut button which sits below the ISO button. The factory default for this button is image size. Every time you press it (or catch with your thumb) the image size will change. catch it enough times and it will get down to S (640x480). Why this was chosen as the preferred shortcut is anybody's guess!
The button can be changed to do something else less severe (e.g. cycle the display on/off). This is done via "MENU", then the 1st tab (looks like a camera) then "SET SHORTCUT BUTTON" then select the most appropriate option (page 61-62 of advanced S3IS manual).
It's happened to me several times to once in a lifetime pictures (Ankgor Wat in Cambodia).
Are you using NiMH rechargable batteries? Digital caemras are real battery eaters and Nickel Metal Hydride batteries are the only ones that can stand up to the drain. Buy ones with the highest power rating yu can get. If this doesn't help, then the power board has started to fail and needs replacing.