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I plugged my pandigital e-Reader into my computer with the usb cord and the screen went black. Now it won't turn on. How do I fix it?

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I was reading on my Pandigital ereader when the screen went blank and nothing will come up now.

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Go to Barnes & Noble's website on your computer and select the option to create an account. Enter your full name, email address, debit or credit card information and select a user name and password when prompted.
If you have a Barnes & Noble account, skip this step.
Power on the Pandigital Novel and tap "Settings" on the home screen.
Tap "General, and select the "B&N Account" and "Password" fields and enter your Barnes & Noble account login information.

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The multi-functional device will also allow you to listen to music, watch videos and browse through your favorite images.
The Pandigital has a speaker located in the back of the device and an earphone jack to accommodate your listening needs.
To get started, you will need to either download media from a computer or purchase ebooks from Barnes & Noble online.
Downloading Media

Connect the Pandigital Novel's USB cable into the compatible mini USB port on the right side of the device. Plug the other end of the USB cable into the computer's USB port.
Click on the computer's desktop "Start" menu.

Choose the "My Computer" or "Computer" folder in the desktop Start menu.
Double-click to open the "PD_Novel" drive in the My Computer/Computer folder.
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Drag compatible media files stored on the computer to the compatible folder inside the "PD_Novel" drive with your mouse.
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The Pandigital is compatible with text formatted as ePub and PDF, audio files formatted as MP3, AAC, WAV and OGG, video files formatted as MPEG-4 and images formatted as JPEG, BMP, PNG and GIF.
Disconnect the Pandigital Novel from the USB cable.
Playing Media
Press and hold the "Power" button, located on the left side of the device until the boot up message appears on the screen.
Select a media option in the "Application Quick Launch Bar" at the bottom of the screen: Reader, Music, Videos or Photos.
Tap the desired song, video or image and tap "Play" or "View."
Tap the "Pause/Play" and "Previous/Next" options to control the file or go to the next listed file.
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Turn the "Wi-Fi" button, located on the top of the device, to the "On" position.
The Pandigital Novel will automatically scan for local Wi-Fi Networks.
Tap the desired network from the list of found networks.
Enter the network password, if prompted. Then tap "Connect." When connected, tap "Next" to continue.
Purchashing eBooks
Go to Barnes & Noble's website on your computer and select the option to create an account. Enter your full name, email address, debit or credit card information and select a user name and password when prompted.
If you have a Barnes & Noble account, skip this step.
Power on the Pandigital Novel and tap "Settings" on the home screen.
Tap "General, and select the "B&N Account" and "Password" fields and enter your Barnes & Noble account login information.
Tap to go back to the home screen.
Select "Bookstore" from the home screen.
The Barnes & Noble bookstore will open in the Pandigital Novel screen.
Search the website for ebooks to purchase.
Tap on the book cover and select either "Buy Now" or "Get Free Sample."
Tap "Yes" to download the media cover to "My Library" when prompted.
Go back to "My Library" on the home screen and tap on the media cover.
Confirm to download the ebook to your Pandigital when prompted.
The entire media file will download.
http://www.pandigital.net/userfiles/file/Downloads/UG_PRD07T-1_v3.4_09-10-10.pdf
Barnes & Nobel
http://www.bn.com/

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http://www.pandigital.net/userfiles/file/Downloads/QSG_%20PRD07T-1_v2.2_09-08-10.pdf
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