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The camera was plugged to computer and downloaded photos. I left the camera plugged in and batteries went dead. Now camera won't turn on.

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Hindsight is a wonderful thing and it is not a good idea to download from camera to pc using batteries because if the batteries go dead you can lose all your images. If you download again put new batteries in first or better still put the memory card straight into a pc or a printer and view and print from the card, or if possible fine out if you can buy a mains lead for your type of camera.Try reformating your card either through a card reader or from the camera with FRESH batteries and it should work again.The file/directory structure was probably corrupted when the camera was trying to work with dying batteries. Let me know if this helps

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