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Blue lines i was charging my sansa e260 4g. mp3 last night and someone apparently turned off the computer when it was still plugged in and now it has blue vertical lines on the screen and it wont turn off or re-start. what do i do?

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Re: blue lines

Try to reset it with a needle at the a hole on the side where it says reset button (it says in the back next to the hole). I hope that can take of the problem.

Posted on Jan 17, 2008

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