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1. get a LCD screen from newmp3technology.com
2. use a bit of card or credit card and slide it between the LCD screen and the front this removes the glue
3. remove four screws on the sides
4. remove the back
5. lift the battary and unplug
6. lift the hard drive
7. remove the two screws in the corners
8. now you can remove the front
9. lift the LCD screen so you can see the cables
10. slide the cable out of its housing
11. to put the new screen in follow numbers 10 to 3
when removing the glue or the front of the archos do not touch the LCD screen as now its not fixed it will brake
Can it be fixed, yes. However, the replacement panel will probably cost $150 or more. Given that the original cost of the player is $179, I don't think it is worth it. The labor cost will make the repair exceed $179.
i have an archos 404 the problem is that my archos show me the recovery code 4 to repair or format the disk so when ever i repair and format the disk the problem is solved. so please help me regarding this.