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Flash disabled The flash menu on one of the touchscreen models has only one option available: "no flash."

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SOURCE: Flash stopped working

I had the same problem, "BBWS" found this "solution":
Turn the camera on as if to take photos (not to review photos).

Press "Home" (upper left corner)
Press the camera tab (bottom left-most tab)
Press "Scene Selection (SCN)"
Press "OK" at the "Select type of scene" prompt

However, I still don't have flash available in the PGM or AUTO modes, which tells me it is still broken.

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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SOURCE: nikon coolpix 774 menu buttons don't work

Try resetting the camera back to the factory default setting.
Remove the battery, leave it for 1/2 + hour, insert the battery and configure date time etc.
If it doesn't work then you have faulty camera.

Posted on Dec 03, 2008

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SOURCE: Flash has stopped working on my Nikon D40

There's a common problem in the flash arm. I found this link that shows a simple repair. If you use this and make the repair yourself, understand that you will void your warranty if you have one. Also, do not touch the bulb as you'll get oil on it, and don't touch the solder points on the wiring, you'll get zapped. http://www.vimeo.com/3141400

Posted on Nov 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Can't turn the flash on...

check that you do not have the setting on burst as it will not be able to flash in this mode. when looking atthe screen about to take a photo, select menu, the first thingthat comes up is the mode, if it is in burst change in to normal and your camera should now have the option for flash or auto again :) good luck

Posted on Mar 28, 2010

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Update firmware lcd tv toshiba 32pb10e


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Built-in flash does not work even in a MASP mode


This often depends on the shooting mode you are using. It is often on a selection wheel. Say you are in Fireworks mode the flash will not fire. If you get out of a special mode back into normal camera I am pretty sure your flash will not be greyed out.

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If flash is not currently on, or your trying to disable it. Go to the (Ok/Menu) button next to the (Monitor) button the back of your device. Follow the menu to the flash options to configure your setting.
Here is a owners manual to your device if you do not have one.
http://safemanuals.com/314159.php?k=9c6db366bb96cd5e51380712e3766822&ID=389390&q=OLYMPUS%20CAMEDIA%20C-120

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My flash won't turn on! When I go to the flash icon to turn it on, the flash option isn't even there!


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Want to disable Touchscreen on Pansonic Toughbook. How?


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You can go to BIOS and you have an option to Enable/Disbale touchscreen. But some models dont have this option and the touch screen cannot be disabled.

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When fitting a Canon 430EX flash to 450D,,light emits but flash doesnt fire, no flash in any mode.


Your camera may have been set to not fire external flash. Go to your menu, 5th tab. Near the bottom, there's an option for Flash Control. Select that. It should now show "Enable" or "Disable". Enable it.

Also "External Flash func. Setting" gives you more options for your 430EX.

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Flash stopped working


I had the same problem, "BBWS" found this "solution":
Turn the camera on as if to take photos (not to review photos).

Press "Home" (upper left corner)
Press the camera tab (bottom left-most tab)
Press "Scene Selection (SCN)"
Press "OK" at the "Select type of scene" prompt

However, I still don't have flash available in the PGM or AUTO modes, which tells me it is still broken.

Jul 13, 2008 | Sony Cybershot DSC-T200 Digital Camera

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Flash


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