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Re: windows media won't detect zune
This behavior occurs if the file that you are trying to play has Digital Rights Management (DRM) protection. The Zune software cannot play a protected file unless you purchased the file from the Zune Marketplace.
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You must have received a CD along with the Zune? Please insert the CD into the tray and install the software and drivers of ZUNE to the computer. Then connect the device and allow Windows to detect it and load its drivers and tell you in the right bottom corner of the screen "New hardware is installed and ready to use".
i had the same problem at first with my 3rd generation zune. first you have to open up the zune software folder then right click the short cut and click run as administrator then it will detect the device and everything will work. good luck
Suggestion # 1: Lots of things to try here. Go thru them all, one at a time. Except maybe the first one. I have no idea about an unlock code on the 30. Good luck. Post your results and whether it worked or not.
There is a way and none of your solutions work. There is a software you can download and use as a Hack but the problem is that is does not work with Windows XP/Vista/7...Windows Media Player does not recognize the Zune as a devioce or a player, just like Windows will not recognize it as a storage drive in Windows Explorer. You would figure with Zune being a Microsoft Product, that it would work well with other MS products but they screwed up somewhere and did not get the memo that Zune is a MS product