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Selected resolution will not save

I have an Olympus Camedia C-350 which will not save it's resolution settings. It keeps reverting back to the HQ setting. I can change to SHQ, SQ1 and SQ2 and it stays on these settings all the time the camera is switched on but when I turn it off and back on again the resolution has reverted back to HQ.
Any ideas please?.

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You need to change the setting in the Menu of ALL RESET from ON to OFF so that it will retain any setting changes that you make. To do this Press Ok button - right arrow to Mode Menu - down arrow to Setup tab - right arrow to All Reset - right arrow and choose Off and then press Ok. This will retain the mode setting until you manually change it again or change all reset back to On.

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