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Sony cybershot camara

When I turn my camara on it say "turn the power off and on again". When I do that it still comes up and says that again!! Can you help me!!!

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  • klott Oct 28, 2007

    I really don't want to put any money into the camara. It is one I bought off e-bay and it was working fine. I have had it in a case since the last time that I used it and put a newly charged battery into it and it started doing this "out of the blue". I don't understand what could have happened to it cause it has been put up.

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