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Unable to start camera

Hi, when ever i try to start the camera i get the message "unable to start camera unable to initialize camera". What can i do to get it to work? is there anything i can do or is this problem unresolvable? thanks

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Perform a master reset.. hold power and push reset button with stylus.

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