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Not taking photos?

I used my casio just yesterday to take two photos. I uploaded the entire memory to my computer last night and today the camera is fully charged, turns on, zooms...etc. The camera does everything except stores photos. It doesn't flash, just goes through the motion makes the 'gonna take a photo' noise but doesn't actually take it. The process just stops and when you check to look at the photo it says that "there are no files". The camera was not dropped or made wet. Could there be an issue with the upload? I've reset the simple camera options. Charged the camera, taken the memory card in and out as well as the battery. Thanks for your time.

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See if you can display pictures in playback mode. If you can then it is probably the CCD sensor that is faulty ( either no image at all or heavily distorted pictures on you led screen in capture mode. camera should be repaired free of charge if it is the CCD block since properly manufactured one lasts 15 + years.

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