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may i know what's the exact model of your device , well if you have a MINO you can actually reset by holding the power button for 10secs or press and hold the reset button located at the very bottom where the tripod mount isusing a pin or a paper clip and check again if it works , if it's an ULTRA , trying chaging the batteries ( you can take the batteries out , just make sure that it" unlocked " at the bottom , and you can just slide down the cover just below the " lens " ) OR take batteries out from the camcorder and put it back after couple of seconds . Hope it works or better call the flip video tech support so they can assist you further :)
After you insert the disc, does it open showing you the files? If so, copy them to a folder you create on your desktop. Once there, you should be able to open them. If not, you could take the disc to Walmart and use a Kodak Picture Kiosk machine to either print them or make a new copy of the cd. The make of the camera has nothing to do with opening the pics on a computer.
In the advanced menu from the main you should be able to navigate to the lock input, when you try to unlock the input it will ask for the code. Just press the QV + 9 and this will unlock the input.
Then you can either create one or just leave it unlocked.
I hope that this helps you with this issue. Thanks for usning Fixya. asnowman
First off all i type so fast that my spelling is junk! so bear with me. now most tec's will recomend that you defrost the unit. uhh uhhh . the fact of the mater is you have air in the lines they hope that the air due to defrost will settle to the bottom, well we both know that air always goes where! lol to the top. lol. this is crazy but this is somthing they dont want you to know . see when you take the unit in to get repiared they (a corse when you leave) will flipp the unit up side down fore about 30 min to get those air molicles to te top . then quickly flipping it back up plugging it in just to get the compresser to kick in thuss leving the air at the bottom . doing this properly and susksefly will fix the problem. see when this unit was made was upside down. lol. you dident know this right. well every 100 unit is tested . lol they have to flip it up right when it passes the test. so what do they do . flip it back down. lol . before it leaves the back door its flipped back up agin.lol . to make a long story short you have one of those 100 units lol. its ok i just armed you with the key to the lock.
Try resetting the system. There is a reset button in a little hole you can find by flipping over the base. You may also need to initialize the system from the Function menu.
This may clear up the problem and it's worth a try.
if the camera is giving good results indoors then there are less possiblities of damaged CCD.
the problem can be with the apparture control system that it is not controlling the iiris in bright light. it should go high in high light and low indoors. it is fixed on low may be due to mechanical friction or the malfanctioning of the control circuit.
try contacting other camera repairer then ASC of Casio