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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: IXUS 75 has blank LCD screen
A screen fails in one of two ways. 1.Backlight goes- If looked at closely or to one side the images are there as ghosts but not illuminiated. 2. Connector or board component has failed which could mean with a back light Okay a brilliant white screen. Failure 1 - nothing for you to do there Failure two -if it is a connector- gently flexing the camera casing in the region of the base of the screen may elicit a reconnect. In either case however- I think you will find that unless it is under warranty or insured in some way- New camera will be a more economical approach. But check out makers support site first.
Posted on Aug 18, 2007
If your computer came with Vista preloaded, please try this:
From Control Panel, create a new user with admin priviledges
Log off. Log on as that new user.
Reinstall the program as the new user
This works with some programs, and not with others. I'd be interested to see if this is one of the programs that won't work under a manufacturer's tweaked OEM install, since there are some programs that won't. It may explain why some Vista users can get it working and some can't - those with the full retail or self-upgraded upgrade version won't have the problem since they won't be using specially "tweaked" profiles created by their machine's manufacturer to bypass Windows Vista restrictions on driver updates.
Good luck, and if it works - please post back and let people know.
Posted on May 26, 2008
Sorry I havent checked my Fixya for awhile been very busy.
Sounds like a setting on your computer not your camera. When you plug in the camera open up My Computer, then right click the drive letter for your camera and select Properties. Then look for "Auto Play" and see if you can set it to always open when plugged in.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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