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Re: digital camera repair
Hey BUCKS WIFE, As far as deleting images this can be done also by formatting the memory card, but definitely upload your images to your computer first because formatting does delete all the images on your memory card. The zoom function problem on the other hand will most likely have to be looked at by an authorized service technician such as bringing it to a Geek Squad® precinct at a Best Buy™ store and they can send it out for service. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
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You have to use a card reader either on your computer or an external USB card reader. Put the card in the card reader, open the recovery program, then select the drive where files are deleted, then press "Start" and wait for it to do it's magic.
Put the camera in picture review mode. Then use the zoom to bring up thumbnail diplays. Use the up/down, right/left buttons to navigate to the individual picture that you want to erase. Then press the "trashcan" button on the back of your camera. Select yes when it asks if you want to delete this picture.
Alternately you can delete all the pictures by again selecting picture review mode, pressing "menu", then scrolling to "erase all" pictures.
It sounds as if some of the components were damaged by heat. That is not certain until it is looked at by a repair man. The repairs will require the camera to be dismantled to repair anything internally. The repairs on this camera may be more than you want to spend on it. You should consider to either repair it or sell it on a site such as Ebay for repair, parts, and as is.
Hi! It's a loose connection between the keyboard and motherboard or a broken keyboard cable. You can remove the back cover (remove front cover first) and
check if the connection is not loose - there's a flexible key board
glued to the internal frame - it may loose connection with the main
board as key board cable's leads are from graphite - it's very cheap
and unreliable solution, cables like these get damaged quite easily. If
the cable is in the connector, looks OK, but the keys still won't work
- the key board has to be replaced. It comes with the frame. If you
feel like repairing it yourself, I can sell you a new frame with the
key board. If not, contact your local Kodak service center or me at
firstname.lastname@example.org This is a well known problem with these cameras and I repair these every day as I work in a Kodak service center.
You will need to call Olympus Customer Service to discuss their repair policies and procedures. They will assist you to get the product repaired. Their telephone number is 800-622-6372 option 2 and then option 3
Most likely what you need to do is replace the assembly that contains the power button, shutter release button, zoom switch etc and that will fix the problem.
You can look for a defective camera online and take the part off it, or you can try buying just the part itself. New from Sony it will be very expensive, but digital camera repair businesses like mine can get you a used one for pretty cheap.
Slide the upper-right slide switch down to put the camera in picture review mode. Press right or left on the circular switch to find the particular picture you want to delete. Then press the upper left "trashcan" button to delete.
To erase ALL the pictures, leave the camera in picture review mode and press the menu button. The erase command should be around the fourth item listed in the menu that pops up.
When done, don't forget to slide the upper-right switch up to put the camera back in picture taking mode.
Being very careful, follow this pictorial disassembly (it's in Estonian, but just follow the pictures). Don't go any further than popping the top off the camera! Look for anything obviously broken off near the vicinity of the shutter button, or looking very different than what's in the pictorial. Keep in mind it's amazing what you can do with a little glue and scrap pieces of plastic: