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No power to camera

I used my camera at Christmas and when I went to transfer the photos to my computer, the camcera would not turn on. I assumed the battery was dead, so I placed it in the charging dock, but got a message on my computer screen that the device was not recognized. I have been putting off getting a new camcera in hopes there is a solution. Could the rechargable battery just need to be replaced?

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I would check the settings on your computer. Usually don't get that msg unless there's something wrong with the computer. Go into your device manager and see if it shows up with a "!" or a "?". If it does then update the driver.

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