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Have you take note the error message about the operating system? does it say a corrupted windows file?
With regard to the error message about F1 to continue, i would say that your hard drive is looking for the operating system. There is a possibility that your operating system is corrupted due a virus infected file or a system file was accidentally deleted from your computer or it could be an issue with your hard drive itself.
You may need to check also if your hard drive is detected by computer. You may call your computer manufacturer if your system still under warranty. In case the hard drive need to be replaced.
I suggesst to run a system diagnostics first to check if the hard drive still functioning before you run windows repair using the operating disc you have with your system.
Hi There is a sentence which i cannot figure out the your wrote in your initial description of your poblem. I think it is meant to be the error message you are getting here is what i read as part of ""For Use with Compatible Battery Only""
Can you try and post it again. From your response i still have te suspicion it could be the batteries, but your error message will help.
Try loading a disc to see if it will play, if it does see if any of the function buttons work. My guess is that it might actually play cd's if they are loaded but keyboard might not be functioning for some reason. if you need service manual I may be able to help [email protected]
It is a fairly regular occurance at our shop to see a Sony camera which, when you turn it on, extends and retracts the lens slightly several times and then says "turn the power off then on again". We were unable to find the cause of this issue for quite a while and ended up forwarding cameras with this problem to Sony for repair.
Recently one of our techs found the issue to be a "lazy" focus motor. The motor was still functioning, however it was not functioning 100% and did not perform as the camera expected, causing the error.
This is not necessarily the issue with your camera, but it is likely given how many Sony's we have seen doing this.
If the camera is under warranty, definately send it in. If it is not, find another repair provider as Sony will charge you quite a bit for the repair.
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