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I have a Canon A1000 IS PowerShot that seems to be ''stuck''. If I turn it off then on, it goes back to the zoom of the last picture taken, I can only view the last picture taken and cannot take any more pictures. It's like a PC freeze up. What can I do? Thanks

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Remove the card...go into the menu and find "reset"...follow the on-screen instructions.

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