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try an sd card from another source. the format function of the camera should be used to prepare the sd card for the camera before you take pics with it. this may be a format issue with nintendo. format will erase all images on card, so save them first somewhere else.
Without the make or model of camera it's difficult to say exactly what is or has been happening.
What can be happening is, the camera can not obtain focus, light levels are to low or to high and out of the camera range of exposure, memory card is near full or internal memory is near full. A battery charge level may be causing this. Another thing is that the memory card may have a corrupt file and need the pictures downloaded to the computer and be reformatted to the camera. Formatting of a memory card is done in the camera it is being used in. Formatting should be in your camera "set up" menue
I just posted another solution on the main link. Basically hook up the unit to the ac adapter, reset the menu to get rid of the blinking red light, and then put a new tape in on camera mode. The unit was able to record again and also work in camera mode.
This could be your memory card going bad. Recommend trying a "low level" format of the card to see if that jump starts it. First download all images and videos as the format will erase them from the card. Next press the menu button and select the settings (tools) menu. Go down to the format option, and press the "Func Set" button. Make sure "Low Level" format option is checked before selecting OK. After you format the card, try the video to see if the problem is fixed. If the above didn't help, recommend trying a different card.
First off make sure that the battery when charging is a solid red light and NOT flashing. If it's flashing that means we have a problem with the battery.
Make sure you are only using a Toshiba, Panasonic or Sandisc memory card that is no larger than 1 GB unless you did a firmware upgrade to handle a larger card.
Take your memory card out. Turn the camera on and press menu, go over to setup, go down to format (this will format anything on the internal memory of camera) and press right arrow to highlight format and then press ok button. It will say busy please wait and then once that's done please press menu again, go to setup, go down to reset, press right arrow, highlight reset and press ok.
If the camera is still acting up after doing this please contact Casio repairs and they can fix it for an electrical issue.
I have seen this problem on the ex-s880 casio camera a few times sometimes you can go into the setup menu and reset the camera to default and that some times fixes it. it that does not work I have had to replace the flash circuit on the camera because the large compasitor is out and needs tobe replaces most likely this is your problem because of the flashing LED. Hope this helps its a great camera also you might want to check with casio because this should be covered under warrenty. If the camera was not dropped.