Check speaker wire connections on the back of receiver bare wires should never touch each other or the metal chassis if all connections and speakers seem ok the problem is internal witch can go from blown power supply to shorted output devices and everything in between , and as always look for repair shop in your area, do not attempt to do it yourself, firehazard and electric shock are the things we all want to avoid ;)
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the music you put on the player is not supported, this unit only supports MP3 or unprotected Windows Media Audio files.
You can check this by right clicking the song > properties > Type of File : (make sure mp3 or unprotected WMA), if its WMA, make sure there is no license tab.
My guess is your using ITUNES.. you would need to convert to MP3.
Only MP3 and unprotected WMA files re supported. If you upload copy protected WMA files or any of the iTunes AAC formated songs, they will not play. All purchases from the iTunes store have to be converted to MP3 before they can be played on this player.
Also, some older MP3 players will not be able to play MP3 audio encoded at high bitrates.
It sounds as if the card was not formatted for the camera before it was put to use. My suggestion is that you attempt to download the images that you do have to the computer, then format the memory card. Always format a new card and after each time you download pictures from the card to the computer.
There are 2 ways to do it. Firstly you can format the card - this will delete all images, including protected ones. Second method is to display the image in full frame view mode (or highlight it in thumbnail view) and then press the AE-L /AF-L button. This will remove the protection - or protect an unprotected image. Hope that helps
If your pictures are on the SD card in your camera, many of the sd cards have a small micro switch on one edge that will lock your card... you may want to pull it out of the camera and make sure that the physical lock isn't set..
try holding hte clock/set start button in for 3-5 secs, it sounds as if youve accidently turned of the clock display. .. a common issue especially after turning clocks back.. its a built in feature for people with too many clocks in kitchen, they allow you to turn off the display.