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Camera error #B03...oops, camera on before USB was connected

Help! came back from vacation and went to download pictures this morning... plugged in usb cable and then NOTICED CAMERA WAS ALREADY ON! Can't find my manual, but remember it said not to turn on camera until AFTER usb was connected. Now, camera will completely not function. when I turn it on, it only flashes the message "camera error #B03", see manual. Then the message blinks off. Camera dead. Camera does not even turn "off" when I switch to the off button, it powers itself down automaticly after the error message displays in 5 seconds.I had just recharged the battery overnite, so that is not the problem. Also, I had a 1GB sd card in, and have now taken it out.(will this be damaged?) Anyone ever heard or experienced this? Can not find the problem on the online manual either. Need to know if i fried my camera. kodak easyshare DX6490. never have had any problems, only 2 years old.

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  • rellie Jan 01, 2008

    i am having the same problem please help

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2008

    id just turn the camera on and it displays error # BO3 then it automatically switch off

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I had also a problem it displays camera Error # BO3 see manual but i cant find it, what should i do?

Posted on Mar 22, 2008

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There is a software problem in ur camera if any one can reload the software then it will work properly or the main board of the camera should be changed

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Kodak Technical Support Team. But I guess there is the possibillty you have barbied it.

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