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When I switch on my go gear will display go gear and immediately it's turn off. I want to update my go gear.

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  • something is blocking the lens
  • the firmware version is old
  • the camera has been abused
  • foreign material is inside the lensor
  • the lens is loose or completely off the track
SolutionFollow all of the steps listed below.
  1. Perform a power reset on the camera.
    1. Turn off the camera and remove any optional memory card.
    2. Hold the ON/OFF switch in the ON position until the HP logo displays and then disappears.
    3. The camera is now reset. When the camera is turned back on it should prompt for the date and time.
  2. If the camera does not display an error after the reset and appears to be functioning properly, it is imperative to check and update the firmware. The firmware update corrects the lens positioning issue that can cause E104, E105, and E106 errors with the camera.Determine if an update is needed by following the steps below to check the current version of the firmware on the camera:
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  2. Click the description link for any BIOS, software, or driver updates, and then follow the on-screen instructions. You can only install one update at a time.
  3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 above for all updates that you want to install.
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    When the camera is turned on, the lens is stuck either in or out and the camera gives the error E104 , E105 , or E106 . The camera then turns itself off. Causes These errors display because the lens will not move. There are several reasons why the camera lens might not move:
    • something is blocking the lens
    • the firmware version is old
    • the camera has been abused
    • foreign material is inside the lens or
    • the lens is loose or completely off the track
    Solution Follow all of the steps listed below.
    1. Perform a power reset on the camera.
      1. Turn off the camera and remove any optional memory card.
      2. Hold the ON/OFF switch in the ON position until the HP logo displays and then disappears.
      3. The camera is now reset. When the camera is turned back on it should prompt for the date and time.
    2. If the camera does not display an error after the reset and appears to be functioning properly, it is imperative to check and update the firmware. The firmware update corrects the lens positioning issue that can cause E104, E105, and E106 errors with the camera. Determine if an update is needed by following the steps below to check the current version of the firmware on the camera:
      1. Before turning the camera on, press and hold the Flash button.
      2. While the Flash button is depressed, turn on the camera. A Service Screen displays.
      3. Located at the bottom of the screen is an entry, F/W.
      4. If the version of the firmware is lower than 1.12, then the firmware update is required and should be performed immediately. See the HP document Recommended Firmware Updates for Photosmart 733 and 735 Digital Cameras .

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