LCD Screen shows Kodak Logo when turned on then goes blank.
When the camera is turned on the screen shows the Kodak logo for a second then goes blank. (No icons no nothing and I know the shutter is open.)Any/all the buttons have no effect. The camera does function (Takes pictures and the flash works. I can also tell that the buttons work.)and I know the batteries are good. I have updated the firmware. The update menu did display but as soon as the update was complete the screen went blank. Is there a way for the owner to reset the camera to the factory default settings?
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You've probably corrupted the firmware download. If the camera is still recognized by your PC then I'd try downloading the firmware again and try to load it again into the camera. I don't wish to upset you but corrupting the firmware can in some instances make the camera unusable.
Your manual should tell you if there's a reset and how to do it.
Don't forget the camera's firmware can also be upgraded by loading the update onto the memory card and running it from there.
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hi try to reset ur camera...To do such reset, turn on the camera and hold the menu button down for longer than 5 seconds. A message should hopefully come up on your LCD asking if you want to reset the camera. Select Yes....