Question about Casio Exilim EX-S880 Digital Camera
First off make sure that the battery when charging is a solid red light and NOT flashing. If it's flashing that means we have a problem with the battery.
Make sure you are only using a Toshiba, Panasonic or Sandisc memory card that is no larger than 1 GB unless you did a firmware upgrade to handle a larger card.
Take your memory card out. Turn the camera on and press menu, go over to setup, go down to format (this will format anything on the internal memory of camera) and press right arrow to highlight format and then press ok button. It will say busy please wait and then once that's done please press menu again, go to setup, go down to reset, press right arrow, highlight reset and press ok.
If the camera is still acting up after doing this please contact Casio repairs and they can fix it for an electrical issue.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
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