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Frozen off etc.

L3200, frozen in off mode. Pulled memory stick from the frozen camera (sanDisk 1.0g, unlocked at all times) and popped it into the SD drive of the pooter and it didn't even recognise the card was there, as I saw the 'please place disk in drive F' prompt. (the SD drive had recognised the 128meg that I have as a backup instantly) Wondering what I should do. Smack it silly? Give it to the dog? Repair shop?

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