Bottom right hand corner of screen is un-responsive, which means my daughter can't paly certain games i.e. nintendogs. Have been to a games shop for a repair / new screen, but am told it's not viable to repair as they are only £ 50-00 new, can I fit a new screen myself?
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Re: bottom right hand corner of screen un-responsive
Yes you can. All you need is a touchscreen, not an actual LCD screen, the touchscreen sits on top of the LCD. You can purchase them for about £4 on ebay and they are relatively easy to fit. Have a look on the internet for a guide to replacing the touchscreen, there are lots out there. They do have quite a fiddly connector though so if you have big fingers you might want to get some tweezers ready :)
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If the red light on the bottom right of the light cluster? If so, that means there is a hardware failure. Are any error codes displayed on the screen (should be an E followed by a two-digit number)? If so that can further help me determine what the problem is.
You can close your browser window by clicking on the red "x" in the top right hand side corner of your screen. The red "x" means "close". The "square" in the center next to the "x" means make "bigger". The - key next to the square in the upper righ hand side corner of your screen means "minimize". "Minimize" means bring the window to the bottom of the screen. It's like tucking it away or hiding it. If your window is full size and you click the minimize button, it will make the screen a smaller square in the center of your monitor. If you click it again, it hides the window at the bottom of your screen. You can see which windows re open by reading the labels at the bottom of your screen. To bring a screen back up to regular size when its minimized on the bottom - just click on it with your mouse.
You need to recalibrate. Try pushing B, A, Hint, and Home when you turn it on. Do not have a cartridge in the player or it will think it is a regular Leapster. Once it says calibrate screen it will say to press A, then wait until a target appears in the upper left hand corner, touch it and you should hear a sound, then a new target appears in the lower left hand, repeat actions, then lower right hand screen, and finally the upper right hand screen. If it stops at any time and doesn't get more arrows, try it again or turn it off and see if the pen works. It may take a few tries to get it to recalibrate correctly.
this same thing happened to me. insert a game and see if it will show th eloading icon on the bottom right hand corner of the screen if it dose then your umd drive is messed up. if you insert a game and nothing happenes then your motherboard is messed up. which ever one is mesed up it still invloves taking it apart its jsut a matter of what. find a video on youtube that teaches youhow to take apart your perticulart model of psp. and its pretty mucgh self explanitory from there take it apart and switch out the messed up hardware. remember im not responsible for anything that mite happen to you or the psp
if the circle is always showing up on the top right corner of the screen and doesnt load any games that means that you laser pick up is already busted.bring it to the nearest sony workshop for a replacement.
i order to fix the 3 red lights on your 360 u must take it apart all of it and then clean it from top to bottem and then put back together when the light s flash it does not mean your 360 is broken ight it just means you need to clean it
I got this from the disney.com/videogames web-site. It works.
1. Put in game and turn on.
2. At Menu tap the bottom listing (Op...)
3. Tap the top listing until English appears. It goes through a bunch of languages.
4. Then hit the arrow on lower left of screen and you are all set.
I'm not entirely sure what that could mean. Perhaps if you took a picture of it for us?
I had read somewhere and even seen a video of it that there was a certain spot on the touch screen where you could tap it to access the WiFi settings without having to do so in-game. But I don't believe that it was in the right corner. I'm pretty sure it was on the left side in a corner.
I also believe that was a feature of the Japanese versions.
If you have a picture of it, that will tell me a lot more.