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Smasung D75 Digital Camera

I purchased my camera last year however last week it turned itself off and now when i try to switch it on, the music plays however the camera doesnt respond, all the batteries i have tried are fully charged...

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  • saz194 May 22, 2008

    Thanks i had the batteries out for a few days, i tried ur solution even for an hour but its still not coming on ...

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Remove the battery first and leave it turned off for half hour reconnect the battery and that should reset the camera and it should work.


Posted on May 22, 2008

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    Maanita Chadha May 23, 2008

    try connecting the usb cable and with a new battery then try turning on the camera once you get anything on the screen try to format the internal memory it should work then and if still nogo then you would need a technician to have a look



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