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I cannot look through images or even delete them.

Whenever i turn on my camera, the only buttons that work are the playback, the zoom, and the the button to take a picture. When i press playback, it only shows the picture that I just took. I cannot look through my previous images.

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Try upgrading the firmware at your local dealer.

Posted on Aug 10, 2007

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