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Sounds like a loose ribbon cable -- the one that connects the screen to the circuitry inside the camera.
Try squeezing the body of the camera near the bottom 'Samsung' logo, to try to snug-up the connection. Brace the front (under the lens) with your index fingers, and press firmly with your thumbs on the back over the logo just under the screen.
You might try squeezing around the other edges of the screen for good measure in case something else came loose.
Problem fix 100% , I opened the camera i had nothing to lose, and took a look inside I tried the camera with out the shell and it work, put the body on the camera back on and everthing works. I did not do anything but open the camera?
Oh my gosh this really works! Our screen went white, we hadn't dropped it or anything. The camera still worked fine but we just couldn't see what we were taking a picture of. We tried this solution and now we can see the picture through the screen perfectly. THANKS for posting this!
in order to make the corrupted card usable again, try to rename the directory, copy an original directory from a card that's ok. So, at least, the card can be read again by the camera (and re-formatted). Doesn't guarantee that the next pictures might be seen...