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My shorcuts key won t work yet even want to call key and red call key and worst my delete key and picture key in the front camera won t work what should i do?

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Sounds like riben cable problem, change it to new..:)

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There is a red exclamation point on the camera screen that won't go away. What is the problem?


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Try connecting camera to PC as an external drive and delete (all) files..... This, too, may not work, in which case reformat the whole drive representing the camera - quick format will probably do.
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I mistakely deleted pictures from my camera (Kodax Esay Share M340) Move picture to internal memory.How can i get the pictures back


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Ready light does not turn on and the camera does not work.

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Cant delete files off cam corder jvc mg145aa model


There are two options to delete pictures from your camera:

1. You can delete the picture with the camera itself:
  • On the back of your camera, move the switch down from the red camera symbol to the green arrow symbol.
  • On the top of your camera, press the POWER button.
  • Using the left and right arrow keys on the back of your camera, move through your photos to select the first photo you want to delete.
  • On the back of your camera, press MENU/OK.
  • Using the arrow key pointing up, select FRAME and then press MENU/OK.
  • You will now see, on your screen, the words ERASE OK? Press MENU/OK.
  • The camera will automatically ask you if you want to erase the next photo. If you do, press MENU/OK, but if you don't, press the BACK button.
2. The best option is to connect your digital camera to the computer via a USB cable. Once your camera is being detected open the photo folder and select all the pictures and hit the Delete key on the keyboard.

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How to delete pictures from the camera?


There are two options to delete pictures from your camera:

1. You can delete the picture with the camera itself:
  • On the back of your camera, move the switch down from the red camera symbol to the green arrow symbol.
  • On the top of your camera, press the POWER button.
  • Using the left and right arrow keys on the back of your camera, move through your photos to select the first photo you want to delete.
  • On the back of your camera, press MENU/OK.
  • Using the arrow key pointing up, select FRAME and then press MENU/OK.
  • You will now see, on your screen, the words ERASE OK? Press MENU/OK.
  • The camera will automatically ask you if you want to erase the next photo. If you do, press MENU/OK, but if you don't, press the BACK button.
2. The best option is to connect your digital camera to the computer via a USB cable. Once your camera is being detected open the photo folder and select all the pictures and hit the Delete key.

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Find out the CDs came with your camera, refer your manual page 51 - 61 to install ‘PIXELA PTP Manager’ , connect your camera and computer with USB cable, and copy some pictures to your computer, then delete the pictures on camera side. If still not enough room, copy more and delete more. make it enough to do the finalization.

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Camara won t delete photos


Is your memory card locked? It won't let you delete pictures if it is. Check the little switch on the side of the memory card and move it in the opposite direction and then see what happens. Good Luck.

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How to retrieve deleted photos?


Don't worry! Deleting won't make the pictures on a digital camera erase permanently.Those deleted pictures are still stored on the memory card of your camera, they're just invisible or inaccessible.You can recover them with photo recovery software. But once the deleted pictures were overwritten by new data,they are gone for good.
Here I recommend you these software that helped me out:
Windows Picture Recovery Software

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How do I delete pictures ive taken?


I have a camera like that, and I also went through that problem when I wanted to erase the whole XD picture memory card ! You have to go to SET UP function y click FORMAT, then when the camera asks you for the approval of your command you have to click the virtual OK "key" located to the left side of the screen ! If you just press the physical "square button" when you order to FORMAT it won´t do it !

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