Question about Cameras
Remove off the memory card and remove the battery for about 30 minutes. Put back the battery and switch on to see if the fault changes. if so use the card on the card reader of a PC and scan for virus or copy off al files and format the card.
Now reinsert the card to the camera to check. If fault stays check with another card or else the interface/connectivity of the camera to memory is faulty.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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