My lcd screen comes on - i can access the menu and change options but i cannot take pictures.
when i push the button to take it just beeps and does not register a picture.
i have a empty memory card in and fresh batteries.
my zoom button also didn't work for a while and now it is
what can i do
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Digital cameras store pictures on their internal memory. Often users transfer their photographs to memory cards, because memory cards store more data and are accessible in computers, other digital cameras and other devices. When you want to move pictures stored on the internal memory card, do so through the camera's menu
1 Place the memory card into the digital camera.
2 Turn on the digital camera.
3 Access the digital camera's menu. Digital cameras have a button labeled "Menu" near the LCD screen. Push this button to open the menu.
4 Select the Pictures option. Select the photos on your internal memory using the "Select" or "OK" button on the arrow pad on the back of the camera. Click "Copy" and choose "Memory Card" to copy the files to the memory card. If there is more than one picture that needs copying to the memory card, perform this step for each picture.
When you press menu on the monitor it will bring up the brightness & contrast, along with several other options. Navigate using the Up and Down keys on the monitor. Press menu on the monitor again to access the specific option you want to change and use the up and down keys on the monitor to change the option.
Go in the tv menu,right at bat u in the Picture mode go down the menu to reset push it.The Tuner board will reset it self.It will be set on the Dynantic fixed mode.And the AV mode button on the remote should able to changes back and fourth again Dynamic fix mode,Dynamic mode,Standard mode,User mode,Game mode.Not able to changes by pushing the remote button AV mode to changes,than ur Tuner board have problems,not working properly.
Under the menu options, there's Menu Lock. Switch it to "On". It worked
My menu button wasn't working, so to access the menu, I had to hold down
the arrow up button and push the arrow down button till I got to the
Menu Lock Option.
from the main phone screen, push the menu button --> options --> phone display options--> where is says show dial pad, the other choice on the drop down menu is show wallpaper, then click the picture to the right, and any picture you have in your phone you can use as a wallpaper for the main screen.
Hopefully you resolved this already. If not, push the "DISP." button left of the MENU button. Pushing it gives you three options: black (for discreet shooting so your LCD doesn't give garner dirty looks from fellow concert goers), liveview, and liveview with info overlayed (shooting mode, ISO, etc.). Good luck!
Hi there. The actual button option that you will need to use for this adjustment will be the aspect button and, unfortunately, this button is only on the remote and not on the TV itself. If there is a control panel located on one of the sides of this set, you may be able to push the menu button here and navigate your way threw the menus screen to the aspect option. I suspect you will need the remote.
I believe there is an auto-center option in the computer part of the menu. If this does not work there is also a position option like CRT's have, that will allow you to manually change the position of the picture. If all else fails try changing your resolution to 1280 x 800, then auto-centering.
With an HDMI cable connected, the cable box determines the picture size. The settings on the cable box must be changed in order for you to get the correct picture size. I have some experience with Motorola cable boxes; usually to access the settings you turn the box OFF and then press the menu or settings button on the box to bring up the display menu. Hope this helps!