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The screen turned a sort of white color you can kind of see whats going on but its really pale-ish. I checked the settings and it's not the contrast.

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Re: The screen turned a sort of white color you can kind...

Connect it to the PC and reformat the device... This will put it back to the original state so you will then have to reload your media

Posted on Apr 23, 2007

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My Sansa E260 screen is too white

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Screen background has gone white

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I did two things to fix the problem :
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This fixed the problem
I would probably suggest you try this first before removing any applications as this may be all that is required!

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Only white screen appears while starting.

My Creative Zen 16Gb got to the stage where every time I turned it on I would get a white screen. I tried many so called solutions, including those on the Creative website - nothing really workd for any length of time. Eventually, suspecting is was a connection issue with the dispaly, I held the Zen in both hands and twisted the case a few times - nothing broke and my Zen has been working faultlessy for the last three days. Hope this helps.

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How do I change battery on my mp3 player

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i don't recommend doing this too often, as the screen will become really loose. be really careful, and make sure not to hit anything with the screwdriver. good luck!

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IPod screen does not display and is all white but plays music

hello, Was someone messing around with the Contrast settings? If so, the Contrast may be set so low that you can't see the information on the iPod's screen. The only way to reset your iPod back to the factory defaults (including the Contrast setting) is to let the battery drain all the way out. Do whatever it takes to let the battery die then let the iPod sit overnight to be safe. Then the next morning, charge the battery and turn the iPod on. The first thing you should see is a screen asking you to select your language. If you can see your screen now, congratulations, this did the trick. If not, you probably need a new screen.

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White screen !!

Completely white? No icons or "sad" ipod symbol?

Static buildup will make the ipod screen pale white/grey. If it were a black screen, I'd say update and reformat but static kills the unit.

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My screen is too pale and I could hardly see anything on it...

is the screen brightness all the way up? if so, you may have a defective unit. email sandisk and to get a replacement if it is still under warrenty.

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No - it's bright out there. Bright light, like a full sun on the beach, dims your perception of the screen. You can check the back light settings, but bright light is going to mess with this kind of lcd screen.

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