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Stuck in Error mode

Although the camera was not engaged in downloading or uploading, but setting idle, I accidentally puuled the USB plug out of the computer while the camera was connected to the computer. Now when I turn the camera on, it will not operate and just has "Err" flashing on the LCD window, nor does it show up on the computer screen when connected. Is there a way of rebooting the camera? Thanks!

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  • Anonymous Mar 11, 2008

    I have the same SYSTEM ERROR message, after disconnecting from the USB cable, even doing the safe disconnect procedure. I cannot get the camera to responed to any inputs. Is there a "reset" button, or method to perform a sytem reset. Removing the battery, and replacing it has not changed the error message.

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Ya that happened to my sisters camera exept it made the battery leak,well ur an expert right. well wat could i use to charge my nikon coolpix 5000. becouse i lost my charger.

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Shut if off- remove the battery- let it sit a while then try- operating the camera. It is possible that pulling the cord caused a voltage 'spike' which would have done it no good at all.

Posted on Sep 01, 2007

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