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HELP ME PLEASE!!!

Please help me, i transferred videos to my zen, and then when i connected it out from the computer, the screen went black and the player did not respond or anything.
When i connected it to the computer later the computer didnt find anything, like it wasnt connected. please help me with the problem!!

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  • abb3e Dec 25, 2008

    it works now though, it just were normal after a while :D

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I dont know how, but somehow, the problem got fixed automaticly. I was on my way to try to get it on again, and suddently it worked like it had before :D

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