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My Olympus digital camera froze while I was looking at pics on it. What do i do?

As I was looking at pics on my camerait froze- it won't go forward, backwards, won't turn off, etc.

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In the first instance remove and replace the battery and try again.

If it freezes again try a different memory card

best of luck

Posted on Jun 10, 2008

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