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Camera will not power on

With new batterys camera flashes both red and green lights when trying to power up than stops after 3 seconds.

before things were working fine transfering pictures to my laptop but then while viewing pics I did'nt disconnect camera, thats when it started too beep and lights flash.
I suspect camera has froze up its programing.

Thanks for any help,
Joe

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Sir this is my solution
try to refresh it by detaching your battery and attach it back. charge it for the time that the battery come in full charge and turn it on. just be sure that your new battery was compatible or not high voltage to accept it on your camera. if not, it must be the hardware inside the camera was broken or damage. hope that helps!

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Posted on Jul 27, 2008

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You can try to put the camera back to the laptop and you may disconnect it before pulling the cable off the computer...

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HI,

The battery contacts are dirty.

The batteries are inserted wrongly.

You have a problem with the lens mechanism.

Shake camera and listen for anything rattling around. If metal it could short anything out.

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  • Priya darshan Jul 27, 2008

    i suggest you to once try switching over to 2500 mAh Nickel Metal Hydride rechargeable batteries.
    you will see a difference.Digital cameras with zoom lens need more power than what can be supplied by ordinary batteries..

  • Priya darshan Jul 27, 2008

    ,Polish the terminals with
    a dry cloth and make sure the terminals are clean. If the terminals are
    covered with oil from your skin or similar matter, this may cause poor
    contact and power may not be fully supplied to the camera.










    Also,
    polish the battery charger terminals with a dry cloth before charging
    the battery. If the terminals are covered with oil from your skin or
    similar matter, this may cause poor contact and the battery may not be
    fully charged.

  • Priya darshan Jul 28, 2008

    If
    the lens does not extend then it is possible that it has become jammed.
    Sometimes this can cause the camera to sense an error and shut itself
    down immediately after powering on.There
    are other explanations for the behavior, but if the lens does not move
    this is the most likely cause. If the lens does extend but then the
    camera shuts right back off it is possible that an inner component such
    as the focusing element is not functioning properly.

    IF
    you are not getting a display on your LCD then it is a CCD sensor
    issue.There are no home remedies for this problem and you will have to
    get it repaired.

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