If it's showing an "E", then the film is not uptaking properly, even though it may be advancing. Try reloading the film, or, if for example you're shooting Fuji film, try switching to Kodak, or another brand. Mine will show an "E" for Fuji alomost consistently, but not with Kodak.
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Although the camera is very tiny, if there is a very small opening, it could be some moist came in. The moist can leave very small crystals on the sensor, causing dots in the picture. On a normal camera, you could test this, by choosing a large aperture number (f number of 22 or more) focus on infinite and take a picture of a bright white paper with lots of light on the paper. If you then see spots you know they are on the sensor. I'm not sure the Galaxy can be set to manual, to take a spot retention picture.
If the camera is important, you could go to a repair shop to have it replaced.
I have the best luck getting the photos of my small cameras by taking OUT the SD card and plugging them into my computer. In most cases the computer makes it a DRIVE that you can access. all the photos.
This is a problem with shutter not fast enough opening to take a picture indoor shows the horizontal lines. In sun light it is too slow and over expose the picture. Not worth the trouble to fix, buy another camera?
Not a good sign I'm afraid to say.
If the 'dark spot' is coming through into the pictures that means some pixels are not sensing light.
They will look square shaped if you expand the picture on your PC.
If the lCD was faulty (or had some dead spots) this would show when focussing and taking pictures, but, would not show in the final picture.
I'm assuming you have cleaned the lens (just in case) there is a 'dirt' spot that a finger could have put there. (clean with damp soft tissue )
There is a Panasonic help site which I checked but most reported problems were USB connections and battery life etc .. Try it and ask anyway - can always ask -- Ray
Most of these cameras will work without any discs.
all you need to do in most cases it to just plug the camera to your computer with a usb cable, if the camera screen shows options select the one for PC or storage, NOT PC CAMERA (which will instead of showing your pictures turn the camera into webcam mode where you can see the picture feed from the lens instead of your pictures)
Ones connected open my computer or "computer" from either your desktop or from start menu.
you should find your camera in my computer under a removeable storage device or the cameras name.
Test the camera by turning it on, if the menus can be seen and no picture, then you may have a ccd problem, common with these cameras along with a list of others. http://www.nikonusa.com/email_images/nikonusa/service_advisory/coolpix.html