i have no suggestions. sometimes you have to just cut your losses and move on. im not saying give up on trying to get them fixed, but you have tried, you may not get anywhere else with it. but good luck, i do hope you figure something out. it really stinks to spend your hard earned money on something only to find out you wasted it.
i bought 4 of those garbage wildviews. i bought one, it worked OK for a couple months, then it started taking all white pictures. looked like someone was shining a flashlight into the lens when the camera went off. i thought maybe that one just was bad. over the following few months i bought 3 more, one of which was an IR model. same thing happened to those within just a few weeks. ive concluded they are garbage and wont buy any more, and i now also tell everyone i talk to not to buy them. we should just start to spread the word to boycott wildview, i know other guys have had the same problems with them.
i love my moultrie cameras, have two of those. they have worked flawlessly for 2 years now, and i bought the cheaper 100 dollar models, the D40 i believe is the model. but they are great, i will keep buying those. at least until i can afford a cuddeback.