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Open the Lexmark Imaging Studio on your computer. From the desktop, double-click the Lexmark Imaging Studio icon > click Scan > click Custom Settings > change the settings as needed.
Source: Lexmark X3500-X4500 Series Users Guide.
If megavideo is full "web browser" page size click the image/player after you hit the green play button and the video is playing, then it opens a new window with the small player in it, then hit the only dark grey button that falls down screen that says like "cinema on" to turn it off and make the player show, play the video, and now you can full screen it and keep it full screened! If plugin questions keep popping up it's because spam ads or the video itself needs you to keep pushing yes.
I have checked to see if I can simulate your problem on my D70.
There are no settings on the Set-up menu to turn off the display.
The display should show for a minimum of 6 seconds after a phot is taken.
You can reduce the screen brightness but that will not turn it completely black.
I presume you have eliminated all other possibilities by changing batteries, card, lens etc..
If so, it would suggest an LCD screen failure which would necessitate a repair by a Nikon agent.
Pose your problem in a Kai's Power Show category, natch. Then the experts can tell you to configure quick show and save your configuration. You should probably let people on to what version you're using, and double-check that you haven't specified a need to keep room in the matte for the full file-path, title, metadata, and other stuff that would use up the other 3/4 of the screen in the show template you saved last time. Girl, would -that- be a space-killer.
It could be a loose LCD connection carefully take off the back and lift the LCD very carfully you will see the ribbon cable lift the tab take out the LCD and reinsert it and push the tab back down. If this does not fix it you might have a damaged main board its one or the other.
Unplug the TV from the ac wall outlet for about 4 minutes then plug it back in and turn it on. If it still has a double image then tell me if it's affecting the menu screen from the TV (not the cable menu). And is the double image in red and blue?