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My PMP MP4 player's LCD screen is not working.

When I switch on the device the green light comes but no LCD display. It is getting charged okay. When I connect it to my computer, Win XP, the device is not detected, but the player gets automatically charged and switches on. Only the reset button is working once it is on and the device shuts down. it cannot be switched off from the power switch. it is a chinese make PMP MP5/MP4/camera/camcorder. Sony MP 5 player written on the front.

please help.

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  • Anonymous Mar 11, 2009

    I have this same problem:(

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2009

    whn i turn on my mp4 player the lcd was turn into 2 different corner the other one i clear white and the other is colorful....but when i turn it on but i was pressing the lcd it become a full screen what is the cause of that?

  • maria_iceber Apr 02, 2009

    same

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Hi,

i dont think you can solve this very easily. try to do a firmware update of the player.
if the firmware update is no there then there is very little chance to clear this problem.

thanks you

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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