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On my samsung S860 camera i can not figure out how to set a start image.. how do i do that?

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no dont use rechargables,just use litium energizers,and you,ll be fine.hope i helped.p.s i sold digital cameras for 3years as a photo lab supervisor,and i have this camera myself,its awesome.

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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SOURCE: On start-up, Samsung S860 beeps 3 times then turns itself off

first off,never use rechargable batteries in this camera or most digital cameras for that matter.2 use only lithium batteries,enegizer preffered.,also yes you can view all your pictures when connecting the usb,meke sure you turn the power on,and highlight the word computer,push ok.you should be fine.good luck .i hope i helped

Posted on May 01, 2009

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SOURCE: s860 will not transfer images to pc

before you plug in your camera,look and see how many icons or storage devices you have already,so when you plug it in and turn it on you should have 1 more icon or device than before,right click on it,then double click dcim,next double click sscam, your pictures should appear.good luck,and hope i helped

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I hate to say it but your camera needs to be serviced. Might not be worth the repair. Try to take it to a local repair center that would offer you a free estimate....

Posted on May 30, 2009

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Press right on the multiselector (marked with a one-handed clock).

Posted on Dec 10, 2010

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