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I can't turn on my zune

Whenever i charge my zune, a big battery appears but it wasn't like before that it appears so bright. You still have to expose the zune in a light in order to see that there is battery. And the worse, whenever I connect my zune to my computer, my computer cant detect my device. I also tried to check my software, and it can't detect my device also.
Now, I am not using my zune already because i can't turn it on. I tried to reset it but it wont work. My zune is 80gb.

PLZ. HELP ME.

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  • addyeah Mar 03, 2009

    I have had the Zune 30gb model for about 2 years with no problems but it now won't charge or register on my computer. I have tried to reset it but no luck. Any help would be appreciated!

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Try this.

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