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But for now, I searched your specific issue too and came up with this. Again - I don't have your model number but they are likely to be similar in solution. You may have tried each step as you'd mentioned but here is a step-by-step to check your own steps:
Resetting a Frozen Walkman Step 1 Grab either a paper clip or a needle. If you have a paper clip, bend it so that it becomes a straight line.
Step 2 Locate the "Reset" button on the Walkman. Most Walkman models and, indeed, most MP3 players keep the Reset button somewhere near the volume control. Slide the pin needle or paper clip into the hole and press the "Reset" button.
Step 3 Hold down the "Reset" button for 3 to 5 seconds. If you see the screen flicker, the Walkman has reset. Release the "Reset" button and remove the pin needle from the hold.
Draining the Battery Step 4 Power on your Sony Walkman. If already powered on, power down and then turn back on.
Step 5 Allow the MP3 player to burn through the battery life. This will take several hours. Wait an extra couple of hours to ensure the battery is completely dead. Just because the screen has gone dark does not mean that the battery has completely drained itself.
Step 6 Recharge the Walkman player until the battery holds a full charge. Turn the Walkman on. If the system operates as normal, the problem has been remedied.
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Lastly, here is a utube troubleshoot video link (and again - I don't have your model number .... hint hint.)
Hi, First you didn't wrote that which model of Cyber shot you have, anyway, Please follow the steps to change the language: Press Menu--->settings-->settings 1---> at number 4 icon is for language, from here change the language accordingly. Hope this will help you. Thanks
try to enter the system using safe mode by entering f8 when you turn on the laptop, log on as administrator and try to restore your laptop to an earlier time, go to all program accessories, system tools, system restore..
I no that charging it might refresh it and possibly get it unfrozen, but Im almost positive that only works like 10 percent of the time. All else I can tell u is to not leave it on to long or it will crash. U might have to sacrifice ur game memory, but if it saves ur DSI thats better. Sorry Im not a lot of help