Does it not turn on or does it just keep rebooting itself? if it keeps rebooting itself take out the sim card turn it on again once fully booted insert the sim card without taking off the battery and your good to go.
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Did you chaco if the contacts in the battery holder are clean and shiny?
Doy you have some rechargeable NiMH batteries. Try them, because they have more capacity then the alkaline ones.
Never use AA manganese (Zinc-Carbon) batteries or NiCd rechargeable, because the voltage is too low.
First thing you need to inspect the battery.The battery warning light is coming,due to battery is low on charge or battery got weak.If the battery is low on charge then get it recharged.But if battery is very old,then get it replaced.The battery and turn signal problem are two different problems. Turn signals not working are due to faulty hazard switch/Turn signal switch,or faulty flasher unit.But in some cases its due to faulty turn signal fuse located in the interior fuse panel.This possibilities needs to be checked.Keep updated for further help.Thanks.Helpmech.
The RTC battery is a rechargeable Li-ion "clock" battery that's buried underneath the keyboard - it keeps date and time going when your computer is turned off. If you're getting this message, you should go follow the screen prompt, hit F1 to enter Setup, and set the date and time, leave the computer on for several hours to charge it (the clock battery recharges only with the computer turned on) and it should go away.
In the rare event that your RTC battery is bad, it's really up to you as to getting it replaced or not - it's a lotta work, and not all the battery vendors out there is competent enough to sell you the right kind of battery (installing a non-rechargeable Lithium battery will kill the thing outright, and there are actually people selling these....). Not having a working RTC battery doesn't really interfere with the workings of the computer - you'll just have to set date and time every time you start it, and you can do so manually or by downloading some freeware such as Atomic Clock Sync to automatically do it for you.
Li-ion Rechargeable Battery (LI-42B)
Are you using the above battery?
Check the voltage to make sure it has enough as printed on the charger or the battery.
Alkaline rechargeables, or NiMH rechargeables, or other types of batteries don't have enough voltage or amperage as compared to Li-ion.
try over riding the starter relay on the fender ,it has one there right?. dont go to a mechanic yet. the engine aint seized. if it doesnt have this relay then i would get the alternator tested. if you want to test it yourself it can be costly for the right equip. autozone usually tests for free. i dont know were you live so if theres not an autozone. let me know if you cant get it tested.
I found that most digital cameras are fussy. They need the right type of battery. Try using energiser rechargables. They last longer and are the cheapest that work. Don't bother with cheap batteries they don't work.
i have the same problem. i bought new rechargeable batteries and they went dead really fast and then i put some new batteries in and i took like 5 pics and then the battery indicator said the battery is low. i dont get it whats going on with this camera.
Are you installing Nmh (Nickle- Metal Hydride) rechargable batteries?
If not then your camera probably will not recharege them.
Also trying to recharge non rechargable batteries can cause damage to the battery, and possibly your camera.
Hope this is helpful.