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Camera dead I was transfering some photos to my computer when the cord was pulled out and now the camera has turned off and the zoom is stil out. My camera will not switch on anymore,any ideas?

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  • Phonoplug Dec 09, 2007

    I was viewing some pictures on the SD card in the camers, on my XP PC. After a couple of minutes the camera just turned off with the lens still out. Trying to turn on again, both with the same and new batteries, gives nothing. Tried powering up without any SD card installed but still nothing.

  • burned Dec 12, 2007

    Removed 1.0 G card and uploaded pictures. Reinstalled the card and tried to format it and received the message "Warning this card cannot be read, the screen went blank and the camera locked up and notjing seems to help. Any help would be appreciated.

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You have created a locked USB port internal on your camera.

I would try removing all batteries,media.
Reinstall batteries, let them recharge.
DONOT put media in just yet.
Then power on.
See if camera says no media installed. If no power on then you might have fried the internal POST for your camera.

If it says no media power down, try installing media, see if it recognizes media. If NOTrecognized then try new media from camera store sample, if none available. If still nothing (bad)

Posted on Nov 29, 2007

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