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My Coby MP565-1G screen has gone blank. What do I

My Coby MP565-1G screen has gone blank, it will not respond and it will not restart. What do I do?

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Coby is gone and out of business so you cannot get spare boards, etc. readily. Unless you can locate the specific discrete component(s) responsible for the issue you are plumb out of luck.

Since it will not stay on I would check the power supply circuit board for bad caps, etc.

Dec 29, 2015 | Coby Televison & Video

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Coby dvd-277 not responding

Here is how to unlock:
  1. Press SETUP
  2. Press VOL+, VOL-, VOL+, VOL-
  3. Current RC should be displayed
  4. Select the RC with RIGHT and LEFT (255=Codefree)
  5. Press SETUP
  6. Turn the player off

Nov 25, 2014 | Coby DVD-277

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My coby netbook wont go to my login screen it stops after the coby screen and shows a blank screen with a blinking cursor in the top left corner, how do i fix this?

As you mentioned, the cursor keeps blinking, this means that the system is not able to locate the hard disk so that it can start your operating system. Ensure that there is no disk in the CD/ DVD rom and open the bios by pressing F2, DEL, F10, or whatever key that is assigned to the bios. You can find this at the time the system starts. Enter the bios and restore the bios to default settings. After restoring the bios, save the settings and restart the system. This may resolve the issue.

Apr 16, 2012 | Coby PC Netbook 1ea

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I have a General Electric 27956FE1 1.9 GHz 1-Line Cordless Phone. The screen has gone blank. It doesn't respond to any buttons. Any ideas?

i just called the support number about this. if the screen has gone blank it means all pictures even the default sample pictures have been deleted from the phone. put a memory card with pictures in the phone, unplug the phone to reset, plug it back in and you should be able to get pictures off of the memory card

Jun 10, 2010 | General Electric 27956FE1 Cordless Phone

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HP Pavalian laptop screen gone black and blank.

It seems like the lcd back light may have failed can you see a faint image on the screen when you look really close, try it with a torch. If you dont see even the faintest image the inverter has failed and needs to be replaced. If you look on youtube again and search for videos of replacing both the back light and the inverter it will give you some info on how to change them. Do a google search for hp spares and you will probably find what you are looking, i think the inverter is about £30 and the back light is bit cheaper. hope this helps.

Feb 11, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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The screen on my XL5000 has gone blank. I have tried to restart machine but is still blank.

it might just be a manual adjustment, most electronic machines have a dial close to the screen. normally above. Else you have a damaged screen or loose connection.

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N95 display gone no Y ? ??

cost would be very less dont worry try reloading thhe software

Jul 03, 2009 | Nokia N95 Cellular Phone

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My coby mp3

Try connecting it, opening My Computer look for coby-something, open it, and drag your files to the correct folder.

Please rate or respond if you need more help.

Jan 20, 2008 | Coby MP-C7085 MP3 Player

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How to start in BIOS

to restart in BIOS in sony vaio press F2 or F3

Jun 25, 2007 | Sony VAIO VGN-SZ460N/C Notebook

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