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Mu 7.1 meg camera

My camera is able to view previous photos.
But when I try to do other things like take a photos or put it on SCN, it comes up with a blue screen saying

Error
D...
5f08 and then 5E2

I have taken the battery and XD card out, turned it off and on, and it comes up with the same error.

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  • natalieseer Jun 03, 2008

    Thank you, but I have tried all three of your solutions and it still does the same thing with showing the error code on a blue screen.

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F YOU PRESS AND HOLD THE ok/function BUTTON, AND TURN THE CAMERA ON AND OFF A FEW TIMES WHILST KEEPING THIS BUTTON DEPRESSED, IT SHOULD HOPEFULLY SORT ITSELF OUT?!

Posted on Jun 01, 2008

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  • Swilin Sampson
    Swilin Sampson Jun 01, 2008

    Also make sure that the dial is not between any two functions/programmes or try holding the digital camera with the lens upward when you switch it on

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    Swilin Sampson Jun 01, 2008

    Here is a user manual as well:
    http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_sectio...

    It could be possible that the camera lens is stuck as well. I suspect there is an alignment issue and partially disassembling the
    unit it gives the lenses enough room to re-align themselves.

    Disassembly
    is easy even if you're remotely handy with tools. All you need is a set
    of jeweler's screwdrivers (less than $20.00 at any hardware store).
    However, do so at your own risk and only if your camera is out of
    warranty.

    Here's how to do it (Make sure you have fresh batteiries installed):

    1. Remove the 3 silver screws on the side and bottom of the camera.
    2. Remove the 1 silver screw in the data port.
    3.
    At the point of the bottom screw, pry the front cover up and work
    around to the thin side of the camera. Once you have this end pried up,
    you can pull the front cover off exposing the front half of the camera.
    4.
    Remove the plastic chrome spacer ring that goes around the sides of the
    camera. Start where the bottom silver screw was and work it around and
    off. Careful, it's a bit flimsy.
    5. Remove the 4 black crews at each corner of the camera.
    6.
    Again, starting from the thin side of the camera, pry the front half of
    the camera (grey) away form the back half (silver). There's a bit of
    sticky stuff holding them together, but keep pulling gently but firmly
    until the two halves are seperated. NOTE: There is a flat "hook" on the
    bottom of the back half of the camera that is under the serial number
    sticker - you may need to gently lift up the sticker to get this hook
    to come free (I used a knife blade to pry up the sticker).
    7. Once
    you have the two halves free, notice the copper colored ribbon cables
    between the front and back halves of the camera - BE SURE TO NOT
    SEPERATE THE HALVES TOO FAR OR YOU WILL DAMAGE THESE CABLES!
    8. Now
    turn the camera on. My problem was solved that this point - lenses
    fully extended with no problems and LED screen acting normally.
    9.
    Reassemble the camera in reverse order. The only tricky part is the
    "hook" on the bottom of the back half needs to go *under* the serial
    number sticker.

  • Swilin Sampson
    Swilin Sampson Jun 01, 2008

    If the solution I provided you helped in any way, please take a moment to "Accept" it. Thanks,

    IrishDruid


  • Swilin Sampson
    Swilin Sampson Jun 03, 2008

    Well, I'm afraid, that all the troubleshooting steps available for the error codes. You may have to take the camera to a service center for further repairs..It looks like a problem with either the CCD or the circuitry, which will need an qualified technician to repair.

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