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Just about any AC to USB charger will work to recharge this unit, so if you have an iPod with the iPod wall charger, use the correct USB cable with the wall charger and you will be able to recharge the battery in the camcorder.
Mine does this if the battery is not charged. Make sure the battery is installed with the contacts lined up (my daughter is a pro at putting the battery in upside down, and it doesn't connect to anything that way!) and charge it up overnight.
If it's still giving you trouble the next day, post back and we'll try something else.
I don't have a solution, but I have the same problem. Actually, I have that problem after I get it to turn on. The first part of the problem is that I can't get mine to turn on - with a fully charged and fucntional battery - without removing and rplacing the battery and switching on/off numerous times. Then, when it does come on, i get the exact white screen problem you decribe in your post above.
Be sure to charge for AT LEAST 14 hours on the new battery, even if the charger light goes out - it's still trickle charging. It's normal for most camcorders to auto-shut off after 5 minutes, if it's not recording. But if your batt light comes on, the problem is probably with the battery.