Nikon D40x Digital Camera "error turn off again" Questions


error. turn camera off and on again. nikon d60 - ''error. turn camera off and on again.'' i've turned camera off and on. i've removed battery and put back in, and same with the sd card. the camera was


...Error..turn camera off and on again, with the same message Sounds like some software error. Try updating the firmware for your Nikon D40 camera. Here it is: ...


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...error message when looking in the viewfinder. I have taken the lens off and re put it on several times, I reformatted the memory card, put in a new memory card, reformatted that??? What shall I try ...

...error message. Please help me we have a temporal solution to this problem,a temporal workaround! Turn off the camera,then set the exposure to +5 (on a D40). This overexposes the underexposed picture. ...

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...error message. When i try to take a photograph i hear it cycle, but nothing is taken. The automatic focus does not work. I think i might have turned the camera off by accident while it was writing a ...

...turn it off it still reads error I have to take the batt out and restart it befor it will work again ....HELP same problem here, sometimes the camera locks up, giving an 'error' message, but also it ...

...turn the camera off, then on again. Usually, simply switching the camera Off then On again is enough to correct this problem. Remove and recharge and/or replace the battery. If the error does not ...

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...error. Turn camera on and off again" appears. Upon turning the camera off and on again, the same message appears. After several times trying it still does not work. Also, the menu screen appears, and ...

error press shutter release button again. After countless button pressing, message continues When I have this problem on my D-90, I can usually fix it by turning the camera off and back on. ...

...Error. I i click the camera no focus,no picture in the memory card. This may be due to the aperture ring in your lens. Try the following: 1. Turn off your camera 2. Move the aperture ring clockwise ...

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