Question about Creative Labs Zen Neeon MP3 Player
Same thing happened here wombaticus.Because my warranty period was over and i had all my music on it and no backup (I know im an idiot),I took matters into my own hands and opened it up and pulled out the hard drive pulled of the sticker(the silver one under the black rubber cushion thingy)poked a little screwdriver in one of the holes (carefully) on it,looking for the little arm inside that moves (i think it was stuck,dunno. Anyway a few resets later and my comp recognized it and i was able to retreive my music (backed up straight away :) ).I don't know if it will work properly now,it seems to but i don't care as all i wanted was my data back,so im happy.
Posted on Aug 20, 2007
What size Zen Neeon do you have? The 512MB, 1GB, and 2GB models are Flash based and dropping them should do much damage unless you really smashed it up. However, the 5GB and 6GB models are hard drive based and dropping them from any height can be extremely damaging (especially if the hard drive was reading/writing when you dropped it). Basically, it's dependent on that to know how to continue with your issue.
Posted on Jul 27, 2007
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