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i have a decent amount of knowledge concerning the left picture. your problem is a little vague but i think it may be broken. let me start with the basics. the sansa fuze has a hard reset function that when you hold the slider to the right for a few seconds it turns off. when released it should slide back to the left. when you slide it again it turns it back on "boots". now you say it is a dark screen, but are the lights on the wheel on? when the ribbon cable to the wheel is loose or broken 1 or more of these lights usually go out. if you take a flashlight and shine it directly into the screen do you see any image. it is easier to see when moving through the menus.
What do you mean "MY SONY WALKMAN CANNOT BE OPENED"? If you mean that you can't get to the battery, then you should look at the charging piece in the MP3. If it wiggles or moves in any way, then there is no way to fix it. I myself had that problem once, and it needs charged, but won't take a charge for some reason. I glued the piece in place with super glue which didn't help, and even put a drop of water on it to see if the electricity needed a material to carry it. That didn't work either. I gave up, as there are no screws, so you can't put it back together. I would suggest getting a new one, getting a new charger, or taking it to the store you bought it at. If that doesn't work, then bring it to RadioShack and ask for help. It's worth a try. Or, as I always add at the end, continue looking on the computer.
The best solution out of situations like this is to do as the device tells you to(to format it) but since it doesn't allow you to by not staying on for long enough you have to use the hard reset or format method which requires you to format the device even before it turns on completely. Follow the instructions below
hard reset the 704 using the button under the
battery right hand side;
reformat the unit (but that would of course
Just curious, did you try/did a firmware
update recently? Additionally, the manual has some details on
troubleshooting as well as Archos online support.
Hope this be
of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you
need additional information.
1. make sure you put the battery in right way first before I can help further.
2. for this player to come on you just push play button(which is a on button,if you push it again meaning you pause) and if you push stop button meaning is stop and if you hold on it for few seconds the player goes off.
i have a jensen model# smp 2 GBL it wont play it comes on for a second then turns off. I took out the music put in new music then it played for 5 minutes then turned off and does the same thing again. I put in alot of new batteries that dont work either can you help me
I have an MPIO HD-200. Does Windows play the sound like you have something attached when you plug it in? Or does Windows not regognize it al all? Either way, I've had to play with mine after I've dropped it a couple of times. I charge the battery all the way, then just keep plugging and unplugging from the USB wire. The last time, it took 20+ times before Windows would recognize it.