Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Alright. I have an 80 gig new classic that gave me the " white screen of death". Un-plug it from your computer. Its not broken. It will still play music on your computer as well as through your headphones. Keep trying to turn it off and on. At first, nothing will happen. Keep trying until it goes dark. turn the wheel and all your pixels should be restored. If not, keep it on until it goes dead, then plug it back into your computer. Mine got fixed after one try of the first solution I suggested. Good Luck.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
This sounds like the "white screen of death" that some ipods suffer. Try plugging in your headphones and see if you can still hear the clicks when turning the clickwheel, aslo if you can get a song to play.
There are a number of different solutions that people have done to solve this.
One is to keep turning the ipod on and off until the battery wears down completely, then reconnect to your PC or wall A/C adapter.
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
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