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Years ago, quality binoculars I went from overseas was thumped during shipment and the recipient took them to a specialty photo repair and they warned it would cost more to have them realigned than replaced.
I suspect you will meet with the same problem.
A "little over a year ago" means no warranty. Besides, the warranty wouldn't cover damage due to dropping the camera. If the camera still works, you can use a card reader to download your pictures and eliminate the need for "the side part that plugs into the computer."
Try removing the battery, and put both the camera and battery aside for 1/2 + hour. Reinsert the battery (this will set the camera back to the factory default state) setup the camera again eg date & time etc. If this doesn't fix the problem then the camera is damaged.
Knocking the camera sounds like it works but may create another
problem. I have had this problem with p-100 , p-200 and now the w50, I
have found a small drop, of wd40 placed on both sides ,two opposing
sides,of the lens ring where it extends from the body will work also.
Don't spray, its a bit too hard to control amount deposited. Use a
toothpick or a stick to dip and then drop the oil.
Ok, you can open it. BUT PLEASE BE CAUTIOUS AND VERY CAREFUL !! here is a website that explains how-to open the phone and there is pictures. read carefully and go step by step !! good luck.