I tried the PSP LCD from ebay the color quality is not the same. Eventually i bought an original LTG430WQ-F02 and I have to say it works a lot better on the Vision W than the PSP LCD. The viewing angles are better and the color vibrancy much better. I think the cheap ebay PSP LCD are just knock off copies. dont buy them!!!
It does not worth it. It's better you change its LCD.
It's original LCD is Samsung LTG430WQ-F02. But it is hard to find at cheap price.
But you can also change it with Sharp LCD screen which is spare part for the Playstation Portable (PSP 1000).
I bought one from ebay for 15 USD , replace, It is working great.
Search in ebay : "sharp lcd psp 1000"
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I've been able to solve the problem I had with transferring files to my Zen Vision M.
I uninstalled all components of Media Source 5 and Zen Vision M Series Explorer on my PC. I then reinstalled them again. I also rolled back to Windows Media 10 (as I recently upgraded to v 11) and unchecked Sync with Zen Vision M in tools/options/devices on WM player. I then run the Clean up in recovery mode on the Zen. When the PC restarts after the installation of the software it will ask for you to connect the player. The PC should now successfully transfer files to the player.
See the solution for PC not recognizing your player. You should downgrade to WMP10 by uninstalling WMP11 and WMP11 runtime. Uninstall portable device drivers from System menu and restart the computer. Replug the USB and the player should now be recognized.
After days and days of search.. I found this site:
where ship anyway in the world the replacement screen for the zen vision m...