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Check to make sure the batteries are inserted correctly. Clean the battery terminals with a dry cotton swab that has a fine and soft tip,
and then re-insert the batteries.If the [Memory Card / Battery Cover] is not securely closed,
the power of the camera may not turn on.Close the [Memory Card / Battery Cover] securely, and then turn
the power on. If your camera still does not work even after you have performed the above
procedures, your camera may be malfunctioning. Please have the camera serviced
in this case.
switch off the camera and take out the baterys for a muinnuit then put nthem back in then switch on the camera if you still have the same problem you may need to use the same type of batterys as wos with the camera
Formatting erases all information on the memory card, preparing it for further use.
If you haven't done anything else to the card since formatting, you may be able to recover at least some of the photos. Do a Google search for "data recovery software" and select a program for your computer and operating system. Put the card into a card reader attached to your computer and run the program.
First remove the stylus. Then hold the top of the phone (where the camera lens is located, with one hand and the silver bottom of the phone with the other hand. Pull the silver case down about a half inch and then put your fingernail in the opened portion of the phone and pull back to remove the back cover. The battery is right there. Use you fingernail to remove it. Make sure you put the batery back in the same matter as polarity counts.
I had the same thing happen and by searching around for a solution today I came across is easy fix - give the camera a little "whack". It worked like a charm for me and several other people with the same issue. The issue was on this site but I can't find the exact one to link it. I hope it works for the rest of you - other people have paid the $100 to get it fixed, try this first! If that doesn't work contact canon and see if they will honor your problem according to this advisory: http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=PgComSmModDisplayAct&fcategoryid=221&modelid=10468&keycode=2112&id=48264