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You need to be a bit more specific, is it a blank screen?, no lights at all?, not responding to keyboard or mouse? Each has different answers. Check your power supply first and that lights come on when you power on.
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Does this continue even if the sound is turned all the way down, or even muted? If it does, you may have a more serious problem than a camera sound. If not go into your sound application in the control panel and check the system sounds.
There are different alternate camera apps to use instead of the built in camera app. Camera ZOOM FX ($2.99) but there are free apps that you can get as well. In this app press the menu button on your phone/camera and enable and disable shutter sound. If you'd like you can make these apps the default application for the camera as well. https://play.google.com/store/search?q=silent+camera&c=apps
Check your settings to see if you have a lot of alert sounds turned on. If every shutter move, power up, power-down, emptying the trash etc has a sound alerting you to what you are doing, it could eat up batteries faster. Turn all that sound stuff off. Its annoying to hear a sound FX shutter click anyway.
Not familiar with that model cam, but there are usually options in the menu to turn off the camera sounds/effects. Consult your manual, or navigate around your menu until you find it. I know my Samsung has that option, not sure about the Aiptek, but my bet is that it does.
Go to the menu, settings ,sounds.. turn off startup sounds.. you should have sounds for when you take a picture and maybe a few more.... If you can't turn the sound off you should be able to lower the volume of the sound you don't want so as you can't hear it....
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you have to press and hold the set button until you see "demo" appear,
and then RELEASE the set button - this gets you to the settings menu..
Then you use the little >> and << selector to select clock
hour /then clock minute and use the tuning dial to adjust. - then push
the set button again to exit the settings menu.