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Take a look at the memory card. SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card. If the switch is already in the proper position, slide it fully the other way and then back again.
I have a Casio Exilim EX-V7 and I had the same Camera Stabilizer is not available problem, the firmware on my camera was 1.01 (hold down the menu key while sliding the cover open, keep holding until your firmware version displayed) From Casio.com, I downloaded the new firmware 1.03 (you need to register your serial number to do this (put in your serial number ONLY NUMBERS no letters from the bottom of the camera). Run the file you download to extract the bin file needed for the firmware. Connect the camera to your computer. When the folder opens put bin file into that location. MAKE SURE THE CAMERA BATTERY IS CHARGED. Hold down the shutter button (on top) at the same time press and hold the menu button then whil holding those two open the lens cover to power on the camera. It will prompt you on the screen to do the rest. It upgrades very quickly.
Mine still shows the Stabilizer error at startup however, it doesn't turn off and i can take pictures. Have fun and good luck.
check menu options is reasonable and first solutions. maybe is stabilizer turned off and you got the message. read the camera manual carefully, there is described how to turn on and turn off stabilizer. in manual, troubleshooting chapter has many solutions for camera and try to find one for stabilizer. if all this can't help you go to service, something is wrong with camera software.
You text does not read true. You are connecting to a Windows PC I assume The camera plugs to a USB - what is special about it? Remove all software associated with the camera. Now plug the camera in and set it to upload. Windows will put of the Scanner/Camera Wizard. Let Windows do the work
This is new.
I see that according to the illustration, there is no Optical Viewfinder- thus you need the the screen to compose the images -
Is this correct?
As this camera is new to you carefully read up the instruction manual - especially the set up routine.
If after a day or so you are still in trouble - take it back to the store for replacement.
Do not interfere with the camera.