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    Lilliput WSOD in the cold

    I have a 7inch Lilliput touchscreen, and it works flawlessly above 60F. Anytime it drops below that, I get the white screen of death, and have to wait about 15 minutes for either it, or the car to warm up. Then after cycling the power several times, I will get it to come to life. This happens no matter what input I'm on. I've never gotten the White screen in temperatures about 60F, only below. Any ideas or "easy fixes" for me? Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by Gatchek; 01-04-2012 at 08:42 AM.

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    Get an autostart to turn the car on so you can heat the car up 10-15 minutes before you get in.


    I had this with an old lilliput I had.

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    My lilliput does the same thing in the cold. However, I just keep pressing the power button on the remote until it comes on. It is usually ready in less than 1 minute, about the time it takes to boot up anyway.

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    what model are we talking about?

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