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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Power issues.
you sdaid power surge on the laptop. Thus suggests that this may have affected the camrera. I would think a 'repair' if such is possible will be near the cost of replacement. Only Olympus can advise
Posted on Aug 20, 2007
Hi Jeanice21, I just posted the same problem a few minutes ago with my SD400. I followed a few steps of the suggested solutions and here's what worked for me.
1) take apart the front and back by unscrewing the six screws holding the camera together
2) on the left of the flash, there are two little retangular holes with grooved dials in them
3) using a little flat head screwdriver, push up or down to turn the grooves while power up in the movie or capture mode
4) the lens retracted at this point and my camera started working again. Good luck!
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
Pls check the batteries are they supplying full power to camera are they aged or old try replacing them with good power batts and Memory card try re formatting it on a PC card reader
lense is coming out at full length or there is a grinding noise or abnormal behavior in it pls check may be u dropped ur camera or any other incident broken its lense gear.
pls check and reply me for more help
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
I had all the same problems with the camera that first started with a "memory card error" (the memory card was not the problem). I also only could get a "background" screen on the LCD. I was totally frustrated to the point that I figured I'd have to buy another camera. So, I figure it wouldn't hurt to manhandle the camera. I lightly tried to pushed the lens back in while pressing the power on-off button... The camera lens pushed and jerked (I didn't really fight the push). Thinking I did nothing... I then tried turning it on again....like magic, the camera turned on normally with screen showing ready to take the next picture. And no more "memory card error" either. I don't really know how this worked, or whether it'll work for anyone else, but it did for me.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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