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When I turn the device on it will not allow me to view anything on my screen.

The device is an mp3 player. It will not allow the screen to display any of my music and I have just changed the batteries.

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  • Anonymous Nov 01, 2008

    when i reset it,the only thing show on it is internal searching.

  • Anonymous Nov 14, 2008

    nothin on screen

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Did you try to reset it .Thet is almost always the solution

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Ive had my ematic mp3 player for 2 days and now the screen just barly glows but you cant see anything.And you can still here music


ok well when you can see the menu the best go to options then to display then there should be an area that allows you to brighten or darken the screen turn it up then it should fix the proublem

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How do you turn it off? please...Philips MP3 player


Turn the MP3 player device on. The power button on most Philips MP3 players will be in the shape of a circle. The button will have a symbol that displays a circle with a slash through it. Hold this button down for approximately three seconds or until the MP3 player's screen begins to light up.

Power off your MP3 device. The same button that powers the device on will allow you to power it off as well. Press and hold the power button down until the screen goes blank. This will be your indication that the device is off.

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My view wont do anything, when i turn it on the only thing it does is turn the dial light blue, nohing else, when i plu it in, nothing. the blue light will stay on for however long the battery lasts, is...


Solutions are in order of increasing probability of data loss AND device recovery.
Screen messages are loose approximations

A Soft Reset
1. Hold Power switch up for 5 seconds.
2. Screen displays "Goodbye".
3. Restart

B. Hard Reset
1. Hold Power Switch for 30 seconds
2. Restart

C. Recovery Mode
1. Hold Power Switch for 5 seconds to switch device Off
2. Move switch to Hold
3. Press and hold Home button
4. Connect USB cable to device
5. Screen displays "USB" in small type and "16 MB Format" shows up in My Computer
6. Copy firmware files to "16 MB Format" drive letter
7. Disconnect USB cable
8. Screen displays "Firmware update"
9. Restart device

C. Force Format (This one wipes the data partition. Make sure all needed music/pictures/video exist elsewhere)

1. Hold Power Switch for 5 seconds to switch device Off
2. Move switch to Hold
3. Press and hold top/North/up of Scroll Wheel
4. Connect USB cable to device
5. Screen displays "Format and lose data"
6. Press right/East on Scroll Wheel to confirm
7. Screen displays "Formatting"
8. Restart device

D. Manufacturing Mode (included for completeness only)
1. Hold Power Switch for 5 seconds to switch device Off
2. Move switch to Hold
3. Press and hold centre of Scroll Wheel button
4. Connect USB cable to device
5. Windows detects a new hardware device
6. ???
7. ???
8. ???

Dec 27, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa View 8GB MP3 Player - Black

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Sansa view white screen


Yep All you can maybe try is this:
Try reflashing the firmware for your device you can find the latest firmware and flashing utilities from the SanDisk website. Make sure that you back your music up first because when you do this you are setting it back to factory settings.

Sep 30, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa View 8GB MP3 Player - Black

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My zen mosaic MP3 player by Creative no longer displays a menu


Try rebooting trough Safe Mode. Turn on while holding Reset and Play/Pause. Option 4 (reboot) should help.

Apr 26, 2009 | Creative Labs Creative Technology Zen MP3...

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MP3 Player Not Charging!!! (USB)


The most common cause is a flat battery. There is a trick to charging

the battery in these small mp3 players. It wont charge if it is turned

on, and it won't charges if it's in sleep mode (zzzz). Here what to do...
1. plug the payer into your USB port. or wall charger
2. switch thje player on
3. turn it off by either holding down the play button, or selecting

"System" from the menu
4. The screen will go black and the battery will begin charging.

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Sansa View doesn't start up


why doesnt screen dont work on these when i start up it turns in a faded screen then it starts again

Jan 09, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa View 8GB MP3 Player - Black

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Freezes after 8 secs (No sound or anything)


I registered my Sansa View in sandisk site, and the support sent to me these two solutions. I have a similar problem like you and I'm still haveing problems but meaby these steps working in your sansa view.
regards
Diego

Nr 1:
Let us update your player's firmware:

Step 1 – Connect the player in Recovery Mode.

1. Turn off the player.
2. Slide down the Hold switch along the left side of the player down so the orange is showing.
3. Press and hold the HOME button and connect the device to the computer.
4. A message will appear on the device display screen confirming the connection and a 16MB partition will be viewable in My Computer (XP) or Computer (Vista).
5. Release the HOME button.

Download and update the firmware.

1. Download the firmware file:

Click Here for the Sansa View Firmware update file

2. Extract the zip file.
3. Copy the extracted firmware files (*.dat, *.rom, *.mi4, and *.fnt) to the 16MB-FORMAT drive.
4. Disconnect the player. This will now start the firmware update.
5. Slide the Hold switch to the unlock position.
6. Turn on the player.
Nr 2:
It appears that this is caused by file corruption in your player's memory. Usually, formatting your mp3 player resolves this FM issue in your player.

Formatting your Sansa View Mp3 player in Disk Management:

WARNING - FORMATTING YOUR MP3 PLAYER WILL ERASE ALL MEDIA FILES IN YOUR PLAYER, PLEASE BACK UP IF POSSIBLE.

1. Make sure the Sansa View is turned on.
2. Engage the hold switch, located on the left-hand side of the player.
3. Press and hold the LEFT BUTTON ( << )
4. Connect to the computer while pressing and holding the LEFT BUTTON ( << ). Do not let go of the left button until the player is detected as Removable Disk.
5. The Sansa View should now be connected in MSC mode and should appear as a "Removable Disk" or "Sansa View".
6. From the desktop, right click My Computer, then select Manage. If you don't see My Computer on the desktop, click on Start and right click My Computer from there, then select manage.
7. On the Computer Management window, click Disk Management from the left pane.
8. On the right side, locate your sansa device on the list (it might be recognized as removable disc), right click on the sansa device, then select Format.
9. On the Format Window, select FAT32 under File System and make sure that the Quick Format option is not checked.
(You might get a warning window about your files being deleted when you format the device, if that is not an issue for you, click ok.)
10. Click OK to start formatting the device. This should start the format process.
11. Once the formatting is done, unplug the device from the computer. Let the device refresh.
12. We can verify that formatting is successful if it shows no files on the player.

Oct 25, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa View 8GB MP3 Player - Black

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MuVo N200 1 GB


look for a tiny pinhole and insert a pin while powered up to reset the device

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