Whenever i turn on the camera, I have to reset date etc, but I saw a solution here which im going to try. My prob though is that, as soon as it is on, it keep turning off itself, then it comes on for a minute, then goes off again. Telling me about some power etc,but its really annoying as i cant take a picture without it turning off by itself.
Any fix to this, any one had this prob b4. Help!!!
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There is a built in battery that can keep the time date etc. info for 20 something hrs. without any other source of power. If your camera has a charged battery, is plugged into an active USB or powered by an adapter and you shut it off and then immediately turn it back on again, what happens? If the clock needs to be reset are you sure that you have completed setting the time. After adjusting all the settings you hit set. Most likely it seems that your internal battery is bad. It should charge when the camera is being powered by the main battery.When you say every time you turn it on I'm not sure what that means. If you turn the camera off and remove the battery for more then 30 hrs. it will have to be reset. If that is the case you need to leave a fully charged battery in long enough to charge the built in battery.If the built in battery is bad you will need to find out if it can be replaced.
have same camera haen t had that prob sound s like weak batteries go into menu an dsee what its set at and reprogram it to what you want mine never came with the docking station try withou tand new batteries i use rechargable batteries with nicad batteries holds a charge longer
I had a similar problem with my Cyber-shot S600. It just turned off every time I tried to take a photo. I bought a Sony recharger + batteries and it fixed the problem. Camera works fine and I'm impressed with the how long the batteries last between charges.
If you have to do that each time you shut it off and turn it back on try this. Take your memory card out and format your internal memory. Reset the camera and then re-enter the information. Shut the camera off and turn it back on and hopefully it will still be in there. If not then you have an internal memory error and that needs to be fixed by Casio.
What we always did at tech support was had the customers take out their memory cards first. Power on the camera, press the menu button, go to setup, go down to reset, press right arrow and cofirm through there. Then press menu again, go to setup, go down to format, press right arrow and confirm again. You will have to enter your time and date HOPEFULLY one last time. Try it and if that doesn't work then it is an internal electrical error and needs to be sent in. :)
On my mother-in-law's Exilim camera, we resolved the issue by formatting the camera's internal memory storage (take out your memory card and navigate to the format option on the menu). You'll need to then set the date and time again but it then seems to store it. Hoping that helps someone.
Try resetting camera and then format the internal memory without the memory card installed. You will then have to re-enter the information but when you shut off and power back on it should remain in memory. If it doesn't then you will have to call repairs at 800-706-2534 and keep choosing option 2 and they will tell you where to send it.
The date time problem ist he internal battery[ A watch type button inside the camera body] has worn out- replacing it will be a workshop job. The other problem seems like wear and tear on the switch any repair will be costly. Just live with[out]it- or buy a new camera