This is driving me crazy!!! My flash will not work at ALL. Not once. I went through every setting imagineable and I cannot find a reason why it won't work. Pressing it half down, I see the green through the screen and the flash indicator light is a solid red (which I am assuming means that the flash will work) but when I take the picture. Nothing.
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Re: Nikon Coolpix L11
Hey rayray21, I am assuming you did this, but I have to say make sure the flash is not turned off which would be indicated by a lightening bolt symbol crossed out. The flash is always off if the camera is set to certain modes such as landscape assist, sports assist, movie, or to certain scene modes such as sunset, night landscape, museum, fireworks show, or dusk/dawn. Make sure the camera is not set to one of these modes. If none of this helps I would have the camera looked at by an authorized service technician. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
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Hit MENU on your camera, go to the setup menu and select USB and then make sure it's set to "Mass Storage" and not "PTP". Once you have done that you shouldn't need any drivers. The camera on this setting will essentially mount as a USB thumb drive.
It could be a loose LCD connection carefully take off the back and lift the LCD very carfully you will see the ribbon cable lift the tab take out the LCD and reinsert it and push the tab back down. If this does not fix it you might have a damaged main board its one or the other.