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Can not get camera hp pb360t to allow me to review pictures. It freezes when I touch arrows- any of them. Battery is fully charged

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First save any pictures that you may have into the card ....you can actually use a card reader and directly download them ..or use the cable for that ..
After that reset the camera to the factory settings from the main menu ...and also go to storage ..choose card ..and format the card directly into the camera ..this will erase all pictures..and this is the reason for what I suggested to save the pictures..
If the camera has no physical damage this should take it back to all functions ..

Posted on Aug 16, 2010

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Most likely your camera will need a fimware update. The update can be downloaded form hp's website.

Posted on Aug 07, 2010

  • sylviawilhid Aug 07, 2010

    What kind of update is this? fimware?

  • Nate Stansfield
    Nate Stansfield Aug 07, 2010

    yes it is.

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