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Have to go through settings at each camera start

Hi everybody, the camera worked fine for half a year and suddenly after a battery change (which I did a several times before with the same batteries) it started to ask me for Language, Timezone, Date, Time, ... each time when I turn on the camera instead of instantly being ready for photos as it was before. I was searching the manual and the FAQs but didn't find a solution. ThenI was searching for a camera setting in the menu but didn't find one. Then I installed the new firmware 1.02 but that didn't help either. Can someone help me? Thanks in advance Rainer

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  • Anonymous Jan 22, 2009

    Hi, I am having the exact same problem with my casio exilim. I went through the formating and resetting but I still have to go through the entire set up menu before I am able to take or look at any pictures. 


    Any other suggestions? thanks! 

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2009

    my camera still doesn't work.
    but thanks anyway.

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If you take ur batteries out for more than 15 minutes your going to have to do those settings each time. If it does it while you still have batteries in I would first take the mem card out and then format the internal memory. Then I would reset the camera before finally putting the mem card back in.

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