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Just press the small menu button in bottom left corner, take the dial and touch it in top middle and turn just barely almost to the 3 hour position on a clock and thats ur music

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My ipod nano screen is not doing anything its like its frozen its stuck on language section i cant scroll down or anything and it says its locked but its really not

you have to hold the center button and the menu button to reset it...if that doesnt work you will have to plug it into the computer and use the restore function on the iTunes

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Broken Screen

If there isn't any display change when you attempt the access different menus and folders and especially if it doesn't light up there is a good chance that you cracked your screen (permanent damage). This does not mean that your Zen will not work, it should in fact work normally except that you will not be able to see anything. Non-touch screen audio devices work via buttons and internal programing so the screen cracking will not affect the devices ability to play music.

However if the screen is truly cracked, it will not right itself and can only be fixed by a professional, which usually means $$ for the time and the new screen. I don't know what kind of support Creative has but depending on how new your device is the problem might fall under any warranty.

Unfortunately your problem sounds rather permanent.

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Samsung YP-F1 stuck on 106.0 MHz - Radio Mode

open cover and use paper clip to reset it.

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Ipod [?] mp3/mp4 player - lsd_9301_10

This player sounds thoroughly corrupt - if the 5 R's didn't work, then the only last thing you can try (probably won't work) is to insert he iPod, double-click on my computer, right-click ipod logo, and select Format - Fat32 (warning: this for PC's onlt, not MAC's).

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

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Cracked screen

guest - the player goes to sleep by default - you can go into the menu and turn the sleep function to OFF

pg zim - the video is now hosted on YouTube - you will probably hurt yourself trying, but it's there

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White screen on nano ipod

I have had this problem recently myself and would like you to know that it is possible to fix. The white screen error or otherwise known as "white screen of death" is caused by the lcd color screen on the ipod itself. That is why its functions still work but the screen does not. Once you replace the color screen it will be as good as new.

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My screen cracked

Repeat ALL is the circle without the "1" next to it.

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Screen cracked = out of luck - Philips does not sell replacement screens

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Sansa e140 just need some help with menus

When you power on your MP3 player it will go to the FM radio. 1. Press menu.
2. Go down once and you'll be on "Mode". Press the right button to access the mode menu.
3. You either press the enter button after accessing the menu or go down to select Playback mode (I forget which one it is).

Good Luck!

Dec 26, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa e140 MP3 Player

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Cracked screen, and other stuff.

Did you know of anything you did to physically crack the screen?
As for the clicking-- that is the hard drive. It is either dead or stuck. you may want to try to "unstick" it the Risky way. To do this, Place a stack of paper on a table, and smack the ipod against it. Obviously you should do it to the back to avoid breaking the click wheel or screen (even though your screen may be broken already.)
As for the "very low battery" thing, just plug it into a computer or Ac adapter and let it sit. It will eventually charge.

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