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Shut down i wrongly inserted a memory card while the unit is turn on. when i push the card to insert, the unit shut off and never turn on anymore.

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  • slapshock Apr 21, 2008

    thanks boff1. but how can i try to use another memo card if my unit won't turn on. the power is off and it won't charged. when i trying to inswert the card in wrong position, the unit already shut off and never turn on again. will it going to turn on if i try to use another memo card? the memo card i used before is not damaged. i just insist to push it even it is not fit. but why the unit shut off and never turn on again ... pls help me...

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You may have damaged the memory card not the camera. Try the card in a card reader and also a different card in the camera.

Good luck

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