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Camera froze deleting images through iphoto

I downloaded my photos to i photo and pressed delete images after downloading. that was it. No photos on i Photo, and camera froze...what can I do, it will not turn on at all, the cradle shows green on USB

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Re: camera froze deleting images through iphoto

Take it off the cradle try again if it dont work tfer the pic on a cd at any walmart. then format the memory and try again. if it still does the same you might have a bad memory card or bad reader.

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You can download the manual for your camera here:

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  • Press the [Menu] button
  • Use the up/down buttons to select the trashcan (delete) icon.
  • You can use the left/right buttons to select single image, multiple images or All images.
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