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Creative ZEN 16 GB: "Unknown Error" copying media files

Though I can see/play files on my ZEN,

I am unable to either see or copy media files to my ZEN 16GB when using the ZEN Media Explorer (or Media Monkey).

I've tried Cleaning Up, Reloading Firmware. No JOY.

Firmware version: 1.21.01
Total Space: 15391 MB
Free Space: 706 MB

Thank you
Eric

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  • Anonymous Nov 13, 2008

    Same issue. ZEN Media Explorer gives me "Unknown Error" when trying to copy audio to the ZEN.

    I can access the ZEN using MS Explorer copy music that way, but no luck with Media Explorer

    Creative ZEN
    Firmware 1.21.01
    Freespace 14G
    PC OS XP/SP2


  • Anonymous Dec 16, 2008

    How do you reset the player/??

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Hi,

Try to reset the player. 

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