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The buttons on the front of the set fail, (like mine did) even if they never get used.Probably the 'DOWN Volume' in your case is stuck closed.Try pecking on it first.My remote stopped working but so did the manual buttons too.While poking around on stuff I swished my finger across the buttons and it all started working so I knew I was on to something.I never figured out which one was the culprit as it continued to cause problems and was replaced as a complete unit under warranty.
The other quick check/fix is to remove the trim plate around the button plate (pop out stays like the speaker covers) , then remove the button assembly (3 screws plus pop out stays like the speaker covers) then unplug the multi colored lead from the button circuit board.This puts the Remote back in control and it will work just fine like this, minus manual control of course.
I have found that my aiptek digital camcorder also freezes like this sometimes after I have pressed the button to stop recording a movie. You are right that sometimes you must remove the battery to unfreeze it, but I have found a couple of other tricks that work sometimes.
1. You can hold down the menu button for a few seconds (like 6). Sometimes this kicks it into the menu and unfreezes it.
2. Sometimes using the power button inside of where the screen stores to turn it on and then off again often helps.
3. Popping the digital card out (push in so it unlocks, then push it right back in) also helps unfreeze it for me.
If those don't work, pop the battery out again.
I do find that every few months I need to clean the connection points on both my battery and the camera where the battery clicks in. After I do this it behaves much better for a couple months. Good luck.
I had mine for 2 years and within the first 12 months the tray would not always pop out when I wanted it to. Then finally the machine would not recognise the disc type. Its in getting fixed but although the dvd drive and associated pcb have been replaced the guy says it still can't recognise the dvd disc type. Still trying to work it out.
If you remove the batteries and reinstall, does the display indicate Hold at some point? The hold button sometimes breakes and doesn't activate the switch. Pop off the hold button and move the internal switch manually.
use the set up button on your remote. Which brings you to the set up menu. Go to the very last option which is disc edit. then a new menu will come up and go to finalize disc, then a new menu pops up and just select yes. You have to have your remote to do this.....so make sure you hold on to it!!!!
The filename (e.g. DSC0012.jpg) shows the image number, the filespec shows the date and time recorded. Most software will give you document info about resolution of the image. I wouldn't worry about what the battery status was when the shot was taken or how many other images were on the Mstick.
I guess I'm not sure what you need.