I've only used my mp3 a few times in the half a year that I've had it. The other day, when I attempted to turn it on, the blue COBY screen flashed up, like it always does, but then the mp3 shut off. I tried again, but the same happened. After a few more tries, the COBY screen wouldn't even come up. Now it won't even start. What's wrong?
There is a way to reset the device, without loosing the settings. First, make sure you have a full charge. Then Hold the power key, along with one of the other keys on the outside ring. I forget if it is Menu, Left, Right, or Volume. If that doesn't work, mine did the same thing and I found that after I plugged it into my PC, and was able to copy a file to it, it came back up. I wonder if the battery is starting to go bad. I'm trying to find out if it can be replaced.
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Sounds like you have a bad joint on the tv circuit board somewhere.There is another thing it could be if you have a scart lead connected. Pull it out and check to make sure none of the pins are dissapearing inside the plug. Sometimes they slip inside. Check both ends of the lead.
Well if the console had blanked out on you and the red light is still on getting power. THis has happened to me half way through perfect dark while I was playing it froze and then the screen went black and then it went to the tv screen saying no siginal it means that the expansion pack has died on you then. So i tried a new expansionpack for my 12 year old N64 console at that time and it worked again. It could just be a easy problem then. 5 STARS UIF THIS SOLUTION WAS HELPFUL.
Hey Ma-ya, Most of the time horizontal lines are a result of taking photographs in very bright situations. If you are seeing horizontal lines on the LCD screen and in your images in low light situations this is most likely digital noise. Two ways that could fix this problem are turning the noise reduction on, and/or making sure your flash is turned on and your subject is within the range of your flash. Another cause of digital noise is having your iso set too high (I never shoot over 400 iso). I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.