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My screen is screwed

I turn my player on and it starts up like normal but after a second the screen disaprears and is replaced with lines. is there anyway i can reset it or something?

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  • Jimbob91 Mar 03, 2008

    ive looked all over it for a reset button. where abouts should i be looking?

  • Jimbob91 Mar 03, 2008

    thanx heaps. it worked.

  • gillden Mar 04, 2008

    were is the reset hole???

  • scrappy1313 Jul 24, 2008

    WH3R3S TH3 R3S3T BUTT0N?

  • BBBOPPER Nov 17, 2008

    The reset hole isnt there what do i do?

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THER IS NO HOLE

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

Where the hell is the hole on the side

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PLEASE RESET USING THE RESET PIN PRESENT IN THE SIDE!!
AND FORMAT THE PLAYER just a small hole!!! if this dont work your screen is faulty

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PLEASE RESET USING THE RESET PIN PRESENT IN THE SIDE!!
AND FORMAT THE PLAYER ... GUESS PLAYER HAS INFECTED BY VIRUS!!

Posted on Mar 03, 2008

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    Kanth raj Mar 03, 2008

    Its not button ... just a small hole!!!

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