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Busy message on computer and camera

Busy when trying to tranfer pictures and now busy when trying to take pictures

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    I have charged the battery, taken the card out and put back in.

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Try resetting the camera to factory defaults - Here's how:

  • Firstly press the 'menu' button, then the up button above the 'OK' as many times as needed, until you see the top folders are highlighted.

  • Press the right button near the 'OK' until you see the last folder highlighted. You will know this is highlighted when you see the first menu option that says 'Language'. The 3rd one down from that says 'Clear Settings'.

  • Press the down button under the 'OK' until 'Clear Settings' is highlighted, then press the 'OK' button.

  • Scroll up to your choice and press 'OK' to reset your Canon 400D back to default factory settings.
Hope this helps

Posted on Jun 29, 2008

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