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This is a firmware problem that is very common in newer electronical devices especially cameras. You may get lucky enough to find an upgrade program online, but most chances are that you will have to send the camera in to the manufacture and they will repair it for $50
Is there a "Menu" button. If there is, press it to see if the menu shows. If it doesn't, try to take a picture by aiming the camera. then try to download it to your computer. If there is no picture, I would suggest the camera is dead. If there is a good picture of what you were shooting, then the screen is dead but the camera itself is good. In this case, you can use the camera as is or try to get the screen fixed.
Ive had this happen twice. The first time I went back to the store and talked to the tech people to see if it was a problem with the camera itself but ended up buying a new battery. About a week ago, I finally found my charger to plug in the camera that I hadnt used in weeks to find the same problem once again. It must stem from long periods of non use. After finding this question I continued my research and the Casio website tells you to call 1-800-435-7732. Dont know if that helps much but I will be calling them in a little while. Good luck.
1: Lens Error----If the camera powers on and then beeps a few times and then powers right back off. Same as above but might also say "lens error" before shutting off.
2: Wrong size memory card --------The EXS880 can take up to a 1 gb memory card right out of the box. If you try to use a memory card larger than that you will have to see if there is a firmware upgrade available. Also Casio only recommends 3 brands of memory cards, they are Toshiba, Panasonic and Sandisc. Using any other kind can make your camera act funny.
If it is a lens error the only way to correct that is to send it into repairs. I would first make sure you are using the correct memory card. If you are then you have no choice but to send in and have it fixed.
Do you have a mem card installed? If so what size? Make sure it is the right size for your camera. Also make sure the battery is fully charged. The lens clicking twice makes me believe that there was some kind of damage done to the lens like maybe accident powering on when it wasn't supposed to like in a pocket or something. You may have to send it in. Expecially if it says "lens error".
It could be the battery isn't taking a charge. Since your purchased the camera last February you could be still covered under warranty. I would check with Casio.com. I found this link on their website:
Ok everyone.......if your light is blinking while it's charging that means you have a battery error and need to call techincal support and they can possibly replace the battery for you if it is a certain model and within their time frame of replacement.
Usually beeping and then shutting back off means that the lens has sustained some kind of damage and it is just a matter of time before "lens error" shows up on your screen. The only way I know to fix that is to send it into repairs or an authorized service center if you are out of warranty.
I have had this issue on several Casio camera the lens comes out fine and then goes right back in some times it just gives you two beeps and nothing else. the problem is with the lens its focus motor is out of ajustment. According to Casio this is not covered under any type of warrenty coverage and that ****.but hehe sometimes you can take it back to places like bustbuy and if you have your receipt they will sometime swap it out. But lets say they don't. well you sometime can get a replacement lens for it off ebay for pretty cheap. This is only if you are sure that you can fix the camera. If you choose to have it fixed make sure you shop around there is a huge diffrence between shop to shop.
You have a "lens error". That is something that can only be fixed by sending it into Casio. I would call them first and they will tell you everything that you would need to send in. Their number is 800-706-2534 and then keep choosing option 1.