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Menu constantly displays

When I start my camera, it goes through the entire new set-up options (time, date, location etc) even though I've filled them in previously. I complete them again and it's fine until I switch it off and on again, and the problem starts all over again...thus meaning all my photo's are listed as being taken on the same day etc. It has only recently started happening.

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  • Thom Garcia Dec 12, 2008

    I even took the covers off to try and see if there is an internal watch type battery that can be replaced. Turns out the user's manual says there is no separate battery for the date/time function. The date/time will go off after 30 hours with no power from the battery or charger.

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SOURCE: Have to go through settings at each camera start

If you take ur batteries out for more than 15 minutes your going to have to do those settings each time. If it does it while you still have batteries in I would first take the mem card out and then format the internal memory. Then I would reset the camera before finally putting the mem card back in.

Posted on Jul 08, 2007

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SOURCE: Camera keeps resetting the settings when turned off

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PROCEDURE
1. Initialize the system.
a) Enter the TEST mode.
b) Select "3:ROM UPDATE" and press SET button.
c) Next, select "5:SYSTEM INITIAL" and press SET button.
d) The following message appears.
SYSTEM INITIALIZE
START ...
PUSH OK KEY?
e) Press SET button and System is initialized.
"SUCCESS !" appears on the monitor.
2. Write firmware.
Update the firmware version"
Write the firmware.
If the TEST mode boots automatically, change "USB TCC ON" to "USB TCC OFF".

Posted on Dec 15, 2007

SOURCE: starts at menu

with the Casio Z45 they seemed to have a similar problem and suggested that you format the internal flash memory.

Remove Card
Turn on camera
Set Date etc
Format Memory and turn off.

It didnt work for me, but you may have more success!

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

SOURCE: Black LCD Screen

If you cannot find a solution to your problem you may want to email fixityourself@gmail.com. He has good advice and good used parts at a fair price.

Posted on May 22, 2008

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SOURCE: Horizontal lines have recently started appearing in all photos

Camera worked fine for several months. Now the pictures are blurry. Any advice? Thanks.

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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