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My cam stopped working

My camera stopped working two days ago. whenever i open the lens to get picture it will just blink and will bring me back to the wallpaper. i tried opening the application but it will just blink. i have already performed a master reset and everything was deleted, tried the camera again without synching the device and still i have the same problem, would this be an indication that its a hardware problem? any otehr solution?

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May be cheak for loosen or dammege  camera cableand camera also if ok reload the softwere.

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My cam is not open please help this problam

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reinstall all your system softwares from care centre

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Wont turn off-on

Taking out the battery, when a camera acts strange, is a good thing ONLY. be sure the camera is not busy saving pictures, because you could damage all pictures on the memory card.
I'm not sure the lens was out, when it was connected to the computer. Let us assume it was. Normally, the battery should be charged when the camera is connected to a USB connector on the PC. But not all USB connectors are perfect wired. And if you use a USB hub you can be sure the battery was not loaded. So as soon as the camera came from the PC it needed full power and could not get it.
Now you removed the battery, but before placing it back in the camera, please charge it on an external charger. When you place the charged battery, and the yellow light starts flashing again and won't stop quick, you could try to reconnect the camera to the computer and see what that brings. I would have switched off the camera, before I disconnected it from my PC.

Than the sand issue. If just a grain of sand is in the lens bellow, it could serious obstruct the lens from going back. If you can see the grain of sand, you could try to get it out. Very thin needle (or two?)
But if you can't see something, don't move the lens at all.
You could damage the gears in the focus and zoom mechanism.
I wish you luck with the camera.
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I was using my cam a few days ago and yesterday, my cam all of a sudden stopped working. How can i figure out what's wrong and how can i fix the problem?

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A problem with the lens is one of the most common reasons for a failure...
Checkout this tip about digital camera error messages


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I have the similar problem, I turn on the camera and after the lens comes out , red light blink all this time, and suddenly it powers down without retracting the lens back in.
The battery are fully charged AA 2400mah / 2650mah Duracell at 4.0 ma with load test. I was wondering if there is any circuitry problem.? Any experts in digital camera electronics please respond? Trick: To bring back the lens back in for safekeeping i trik this, i turn it on while it is reading the memory etc and after a sec or two i turn the knob to off, this way lens goes back inside.
I have read other brands also have their cameras lens sticking out and never going back inside.
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The camera is cannot confirm focus, so it locks up. Try changing the button on the lens to M. Manually focus the lens on something and take a picture. Move the button back to A (autofocus). It should work ok.
If not, try moving the switch back and forth several times to clean any corrosion.
Try another lens on it to determine if its the camera or the lens.

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try using a different usb port. might be the pc just can't detect your cam.
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I had an Olympus 725 which I bought in Dec 06, this xmas I went home to see my family in Ireland (I live in Australia) and stopped in Thailand on the way back, the camera broke when I was snorkeling, 4 days out of Warranty!!!! Same issues as you guys had. When I got back on the 16th Jan I brought it back to the shop, the guy told me my best bet would be to get onto Olympus directly and explain the situation. I did and they told me to send it in. I wrote a letter of complaint and sent it in with the camera (I also had problems with my XD corrupting itself, and I lost a lot of pic's). Yesterday when I came in from work there was note in my letterbox from Australia airmail saying they had tried to deliver a package to me but there was nobody home. Just found out awhile ago it's a new camera, a 795:) so I'm well happy. Will buy an extended warranty aswell tho, just in case. Sooo my advice is to deal directly with Olympus and not with any shops or agents.
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try getting new drivers for the camera, see if it helps
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I had similar symptoms as well until it finally died: 1) First started eating batteries like crazy, especially standard AA and rechargeables. The CRV3 seemed to work a bit longer. 2) One day out of nowhere the autofocus stopped working. I replaced the batteries and it worked again for 10 shots. Then the autofocus stopped working and battery died (with the lens stuck open). Pressing power, the LCD backlight flashes on, the LED in the view finder blinks, and the lens motor makes noise. Then nothing just stuck open. 3) Again new batteries and was able to close lens, take a few pictures and dead again with lens stuck open - same problem in 2. 4) Replaced the batteries a couple times and was able to get a shot or two off, and now its complete stuck open, even with brand new batteries - with same problem in 2 it just won't turn on. I finally sent it to Samsung the week of Christmas. I called Friday 1/7/05 to check and had to leave a voicemail. They called back Monday 1/10/05 to let me know they recieved it and that I should call back Thursday to check its status.
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