When i turn on my Sony NWA-3000 MP3 playerall the lights work except the main display. I cant see a thing im doing and every now and then i just about manage to get to my music. How do i make my screen come back???
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Re: Nwa-3000 music plays but no screen shows up!!!!
Reset Update Firmware Double-check with Sony Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off, hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware. Wizard. If fails, then the player is officially dead
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Yeah, of course it is possible, but the only thing is that you've got to be very careful. Usually on mp3 players, the back is usually where the battery is. So I suggest you use something like a flat screw driver to gently open the clips.
Have you connected the player to your PC in Sonic Stage to see if
anything is loaded on to it? Once initialized, the hard drive is empty.
Transfer just one track and it should try to rebuild the database. format the hard disc, it''s an option within the menu Once you have done that, remove all the songs from Sonicstage CP. Get
rid of EVERYTHING. Reimport all the songs to Sonicstage again and try
to sync the NWA unit.
my nwa 3000 has done the same,in the same situation. I'd advise taking it in to your nearest sony store, to see if they have any suggestions. I'm going to my nearest sony store on thursday, to see if anyone can be of any help.I've only just had mine for 1 year