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I can not switch on mu camera,

My camera was doing ok when one day I took it out to take pic. when I switched it on it gave the message that the card if full. I tried to delete some of the pics but then it started giving me messages that format card or switch off option. I could not switch off my camera. It jut got held. I had to take out the bettries to switch it off. Later I tried to switch it on but it doesn't work. I showed it to some camera fixing person and he said that there is no problem with the hardware and that I should get it checkeg by Olypmus itself and they have software to detect the problem with the software and he is aso mentioned that it is expensive. Now I don't know what to do. Can any one help please.... thanks

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  • SADIA IQBAL Feb 19, 2007

    Dear Jeap,

    thank you so much for information. do u have any idea how much that will cost? can there be any other reason and solution for that matter.
    i am in pakistan.

    once again thanks
    best wishes

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If the camera is under warranty it´s free....if not it could be expensive, depending where u are they will send it to portugal or to czech republic, that´s where in europe all the olympus cameras are repaired, and they don´t have such software, i know i worked there, probably tis the card slot damaged, and they will replace it.

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