I bought a D40 for a week, On/Off button is defected. Glad that I had an exchange. But try to flip back and forth really fast might bring your camera back to live again, poor connection is the problem.
Any people heard of the same problem? I am worry about the manufacturing quality.
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bring it back & exchange it for a another one. tell them it is factory defective. you did say that it was new and that means it is in warrantee and can be returned & exchanged for a new one that does turn on. if it is not really new ,like only 2 weeks old, then you cant bring it back to the store where you bought it & exchange 4 a new one, you can still send it to factory service 4 a free repair if it is only 90 days old or 1 year old. You did save your reciept ,right and can find it for free factory service. No reciept,try filing your item in the garbage dumpster.
maybe some one who who has actually owned an android instead of only having glanced in passing , at the tv commericial, while not really paying any attention, can come up with a better solution for you.
I have similar problem on my D40. I think there is something mechanical with the camera's shutter button, some connections, I guess... The only solution I've found is to go to Menu > Custom Settings Menu > "AE-L/AF-L" and set to "AF". Now you can focus by AF-L button. Focusing works then perfectly.
The WORST thing is that I can't lock exposure now and that's sad :(
Maybe I can try to fix this in the camera center later, we'll see. But it takes months in Ukraine to do the fixing... Hate that!
try to download and install new motherboard drivers and check for virus...intel and nokia have been too commonly bought that they are not really checking for product defects..and i also hope that your motherboard got 3 years warrent..if its still there then take it back where you bought it and ask to check for problems or send it to intel..repair or exchange will be free..i hope..now a days there are too much cheats cant trust anyone...
Hey mcheng, Since I am assuming you have opened the D40 the store can charge you a 15% restocking fee, but with an exchange they rarely do. Without the restocking fee you would just pay the difference between the two cameras’ prices. Remember the return/exchange period on digital cameras' is 14 days. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
Thats really weird !!!
solution 1: Try hard resetting it (thats putting everything back to like when you bought it). To do that hold the power button 15 seconds.
solution 2: If you just bought it, i would say to bring it back at the store you bought for an exchange or refund.
i have the same problem I think? and the new battery thing didnt work for me. does your phone make noises as if some one is pressing buttons really fast? my razr works randomly, every once in a while it works for an hour and then it goes back to the problem