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Camera "dead" Hi, all! I´m new not only in this site but also in photography/cameras domain so I hope you, all, will understand my ignorance in this domain. My problem is big enough so, with all my shame, here is my question: what if I´ve forgot my Nikon Coolpix 5600 connected to the computer all the night?! I know it sounds stupid and to sound more stupid than it already is I will add something else: is there any possibility for my camera to function if being connected to the computer (all the night, as I said) it was turned on (all the night, again)??!Shortly the idea is that after all the night connected to the PC now the camera doesn´t work anymore..It is in the "turned on" position but nothing happens and it doesn´t have any light (green but neither red) it is just blocked with the zoom out. It doesn´t matter what button we push - it stayed like this, blocked. The batteris are ok. Is there any solution??! Thx a lot!!

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Did you try taking the batteries out? If not, try that and then put them back in again. This might reset the camera back to normal. Also, try turning the dial. Make sure it is at the camera setting, then try shutting it off. Further, move the dial to Set-up, and scroll down to the Reset all setting, press the right arrow and answer "Reset".

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