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Set camera on playback mode, you will see any saved picture in internal memory. Insert memory card and lcd screen will show you either blue screen if memory card has no picture files or will show you picture in memory card. That means memory card is intact with camera and ready to store fresh picture. Set camera to camera mode and take few fresh pictures and check them in playback mode. Let me know if you have additional question. Thanks.
With the orange light being on that means that the battery is not connecting properly or that it needs to be replaced. The first thing that you can try is a little rubbing alcohol on the connections of the battery itself and the connections inside the camera where the battery terminals connect. If that does not solve your issue then you will need to replace the battery
Hi, It seems that the problem is of "CCD IMAGER" and the good thing is that SONY repair all these kind of problem free of cost, for this please see the link Sony CCD IMAGER Support. Contact any nearest SONY SERVICE CENTRE for free repair. Thanks for using fixya.
I jeremy- i was having the exact same problem today. I phoned Sony repair, who then had me take out the battery and hold down the power button for about 30 seconds..reinsert the battery and power up. Didn't fix it. I came home and read some posts on here. I ended up trying the gently twist the lens as it was zooming in and out..I twisted a little and pulled a little. About the third time, it worked. (I also held the power button down with the battery in, just to try..maybe that helped, too). Sony wants flat fee of $91 to fix..is that what they told you?