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there are some programs out there to recover files from your card even after you format the card. most of the time if you delete the file you can get it back. depending on the brand of card you use, many of them offer some kind of recovery software and most of the time it is free of charge if you purchase a card from them. I am not selling these but I most of the time use Lexar cards and they give one of the best programs out there. used it before and it saved me a couple good times :) you can google some other ones and there are some that are free.
Try this...go into the menu and try to find an entry for "reset" to get back to factory default settings. Then, assuming you've safely downloaded any pics from the card, insert it into the camera, go into the menu and find "format"....follow the on-screen instructions to erase and optimize the card. Let me know how this works for you.
We were in the middle of taking pictures on our Nikon L18 and it was in continuous shot mode and the picture froze on the screen...I called tech support and they wanted me to turn the camera in so it could i fixed..it was a BRAND NEW CAMERA!!!! yeah so we just took the batteries out and let it reset...see if that works.
Give the lense side of the camara a few moderate slaps while moving camara from bright to dark obgects back and forth. the shutter gets stuck and doesn't respond to changing light. that's why outdoor pictures are usually too bright and indoor pictures are black.
Sorry to tell you this but your CCD is gone. In a fwe days time pics will be black in color. CP 5400 uses a batch of defective Sony CCD's. Nikon's service center in Kolkata, India replaced the CCD in my CP 5400 free of cost. This was because Nikon has issued a service advisory. Try your luck with the Nikon service center closest to your home!