The screen for viewing on my device is really funky. Basically the display is cut down the middle. The top half of the words are displayed on the bottom and the bottom half of the words are displayed in the top half of the screen. Any idea how to fix this?
I've deleted all tracks off the device and it didn't fix it.
Thanks for any help you can provide.
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if possible update the firmware of your muvo 100 .
it can be done easily.
1.all you have to do computer having net facility. 2.go to creative.com 3.search there for a keyword named "mp3 player recovery tool" 4.from there download that tool ,install it in your pc .then it will automatically detect your drive,it will format it.and will install latest firmware.
This should take you directly to the V100 manual. If it does not, you may have to go to the main Creative support site http://support.creative.com/, select "Support", select "MP3 Player", select link at bottom that says "If your product is not listed above, please click here", from the table select MUVO and then select MUVO V100 under archived products (don't forget to select "Next"). Select the Quick Start User Guide at the top of the page to download the guide. Please note that you may have to save the guide and then select "Unblock" in properties to be able to view it (the site explains how to do that).
I have recovery software on an on-line site...files anywhere...If it is not being read correctly, you can download this software by contacting me directly at email@example.com and I can send you a link, or you can down load a linux distribution called "Puppy" and burn this on a live cd, then boot computer from the cd follow prompts use vesa for vid display, single click on drives, "mount" the usb drive and access the flash drive that way. But easier to just download my recovery software and save all data from usb drive to your hard drive.
I've had my MuVo V100 for a year and can tell you it only saves the bookmark for the last file played. Hence, if you're into a long audiobook, don't switch to another. I've taken to making note of where I am because if the battery dies while playing it will also go back to the last saved bookmark.
TIP: if you accidentally switch away from a book you're listening to, pull the battery BEFORE turning it off -- it will revert to your last bookmark.
My MuVO TX was having problems until I installed the latest firmware. The last firmware release was in March 2007. If you haven't updated the player's firmware since then, try downloading it and installing Creative MuVo TX FM Firmware 1.24.02.
If you really want to wipe the MuVO's files and start over:
Plug your player into your computer
Right-click on "My Computer"
Click on "Disk Management"
One of the volumes listed should be your MuVO. You can right-click on it from here, and select "Format." (This will not erase the firmware that makes the player work, so don't worry about that. The firmware is stored else.)
the firmware needs to be upgraded(or in this case replaced)
Warning*****this will erase all content on Player***********
1.Download this "NOMAD MuVo TX Audible Firmware Upgrade 1.10.05 from http://www.nomadworld.com/downloads/drivers
2. Run the self-extracting executable, when it gives the comment to the effect of "searching for devices."hold down the pause/play button and plugged the MuVo into your USB port and continue to hold the button down for another 15 to 20 seconds. This allows you PC to see the device.
3. Follow the instructions from this point on.
I had the same sudden power-off on a MuVo TX that I have had for 2 years now. I also had problems upgrading it, I got the latest firmware updater tool from here: http://uk.europe.creative.com/support/downloads/download.asp?MainCategory=213&nRegionFK=&nCountryFK=&nLanguageFK=&sOSName=Windows+XP®ion=3&Product_Name=MuVo+TX&Product_ID=9672&modelnumber=&driverlang=1033&OS=10&drivertype=0&x=31&y=7 ...but the first attempt to upgrade left me with a dead player. Grrr.
However, I managed to recover it..
I rebooted my laptop.. and used 7zip to unpack the creative upgrade tool to a folder. I then plugged in the MuVo (while holding the power button? can't remember) and got the windoze New Hardware wizard. Selected 'Manual install' then selected 'from a disk/folder', browsed to where I had unpacked the driver, hit next and allowed the wizard plenty of time to work it all out. That seemed to get the player detected as an empty disk device again.
Then I was able to run the installer (double clicked on the downloaded .exe) and select a full upgrade, and that worked. (when I was doing this, the tool claimed my player had firmware version 0.00 installed on it !?! weird.).
So it may be possible to recover even a seemingly dead player.
I have not verified that the power-off issue is fully resolved, I only did this 10 minutes ago and it´s an intermittent problem. But so far, it seems to work.
Hope this gives some clues. Best of luck, EasyTarget.