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Normally when you connect a device to a usb port , the two devices do something called a handshake in which each device tells the other it is on and ready to receive data. This handshake is again broken when the device is safely removed in windows/your operating system.
Sometimes the problem can also be caused by power failure (like a low battery or unexpected ejection of the battery) as the dip in power affects the usb circuit into thinking it got a handshake.
The first thing I would like you to try is connecting the USB cable and then safely removing it in windows. Repeat this about 10 times and check to see if it sends a stop signal to the camera so that it goes of USB mode.
If that does not work , try removing the camera's batteries for the night and try it again tomorrow. This is in hope that the camera will reset as you are not able to access the reset in the software at this time.
Let me know by tomorrow if neither options worked and I will look for an alternative to sending it in for repairs.
Vtech V Tech...
on Sep 12, 2010
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