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The imaging board is one of the two boards on the bottom of the camera. however, black images are usually a result of a bad image sensor itself (the 'CCD'), and the cost to replace that is far more than what your camera is now worth (if it is even still available)
All digital pictures include Exif Data which shows when the picture was taken and using what camera.
Most photo edit programs like Picasa etc will show this data very readily.
The times of printing a date onto the photo are gone, though there may be a setting to do it on your camera.
Are you saying that you're using a white background but it doesn't appear white in the pictures? If so, then yes, you need to change the white balance to match the light. Probably "tungsten" but you could try different settings and pick the one you like best or you could use a white piece of paper and set a manual white balance.
one way to do it is to take the picture and then hit the "menu" button go to the "retouch" menu (at the bottom a paint brush and a canvas) select "monochrome" and then black and white and then select you image and click OK
This suggests the mirror is stuck up in the take position.
Remove the Lens and look at what is behind it
In the rest mode you should see a mirror.
If it is stuck up you would see the sensor window
Which do you see.
with the lens off - can the camera be switched on?
This might just drop the mirror
The mirror is surface silvered - do not touch it.
If it still up then it is a repair shop/warranty replacement job.