|•||When you restore the Zune software window, the Zune software window is not displayed correctly.|
|•||When you resize the Zune software window, artifacts from other windows are visible in the Zune software window.|
|•||Artifacts from one view in the Zune software are visible when you switch to another view.|
|•||The display resolution on the computer unexpectedly changes to a lower resolution. Additionally, you receive an error message that resembles the following: |
The display driver has stopped working normally.
|•||When you resume the computer from hibernation, the Zune software window appears as a gray box. No content is visible in the Zune software window.|
|•||The Close button is not visible in the Zune software window. However, you can right-click the Zune icon on the status bar, and then click Close to close the Zune software window.|
|•||Picture thumbnails and videos are not displayed correctly in the Zune software. For example, picture thumbnails and videos may be distorted.|
|•||When you view a video clip in the Zune software on a Windows XP-based computer, the video clip is distorted.|
|•||The video card in the computer cannot correctly display the on-screen animation or the other graphical effects in the Zune software.|
|•||The drivers for the video card are outdated.|
|1.||Start the Zune software.|
|5.||Under the screen graphics heading, move the slider bar to Basic, and then click OK.|
|6.||Exit and restart the Zune software.|
|1.||Locate and right-click the Zune shortcut, and then click Properties.|
|2.||Click the Shortcut tab.|
|3.||In the Target box, press END, press the SPACEBAR, and then type –gdi. This string should appear like the following: |
"C:\Program Files\Zune\Zune.exe" -gdiNote Parameters are not case sensitive.
|1.||Click Start, click Run, type cmd, and then press ENTER.|
|2.||At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER: |
cd c:\Program Files\Zune
|3.||At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER: |
|1.||Click Start, type cmd in the Start Search box, and then right-click cmd under Programs.|
|2.||Click Run as administrator.|
|3.||Type the following command, and then press ENTER: |
cd c:\Program Files\Zune
|4.||At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER: |
|Slider Bar Setting||Description|
|Basic graphics rendering||No video card is present. This setting shows only album grids in "now playing" and static Mixview content.|
|Advanced graphics rendering||No animations are enabled, but hardware acceleration is enabled to increase performance.|
|Advanced graphics rendering with animation||Animations are enabled. You get animated album art as well as other animations, such as the Mixview animation.|
|Premium graphics rendering with animation||Lets you to have all of the animation in the Zune software, such as animated images and backgrounds in Mixview, Now Playing, and so on. Also enables the animated display of the spectrum analyzer, which shows the changes in the frequency spectrum.|
Change the screen saver time-out in Menu > Settings > Display > Screen saver > Time-out.
The problem might appear if there are a lot of text messages on the device.
To fix issue reduce an amount of the text messages (SMS) from the Messaging.
Unlike other Nokia Messaging clients, the built-in Nokia Email client for the device (for example Nokia E75, E72, E52, E5-00) display the name of your email provider as your mailbox name when you:
There is no way at this time to rename the mailbox to the email address of the account.
In some cases where the battery is flat or extremely low, and while charging through a PC or a Laptop USB connection, it may not be possible to see the charging icon on the display screen as charging is prioritized. It may take several minutes before the charging icon becomes visible.
On the Start screen, swipe left, and tap Settings > Brightness.
Automatically adjust is set by default, then the light sensor observes lighting conditions and adjust the illumination of the screen and bottom keys to the environment. When you switch off the automatic brightness control, you can choose between three levels low, medium and high.
When using high brightness settings or when displaying white or vibrant colors the screen will use more energy. Obviously this will also influence battery life. Also, note that the battery saver mode is to reduce further the screen brightness for saving battery.
You can set 'Automatic keyguard' 'On' or 'Off' , and can enter delay before it is activated on "Non-Touch" S40 phones.
On "Touch&Type" phones, autolock is always 'On' and set to a fixed time, in order to prevent accidental key presses when user forget to lock the screen.
"Display on" time is not changeable by user.
When typing a text in landscape mode during a call, the proximity sensor is easily covered by hand. This causes the display to go blank. The proximity sensor is located on top left on the Nokia 700 and 603 devices.
The blinking closed envelope icon indicates the SIM card message memory is full.
Select Menu > Messaging > Options > (View folders > Options) > SIM messages and delete one or more SMS messages.
Note 1: Class 2 messages (for example, service messages from operators) are stored in the SIM card message memory. Once the SIM card message memory is full, Class 2 messages can't be received.
Note 2: You have used a Nokia S40 product before. In S40 products the SIM card message memory is filled before the device message memory. If you insert a SIM card with full message memory to another device, a blinking message icon appears on the display of your Nokia device.
Note 3: Other reason could be that there is not enough free memory available on the device to store the new message. To release a space go to Messaging > Inbox and remove unnecessary messages