Question about Creative Labs ZEN Vision:M Digital Media Player
I tried every single way to get back my mp3 to a normal function, but there is no way to make it responde. i cleaned it up,i formatted it, i tried to upload a firmware, but it was impossible because it is not recognized in the computer.
This problem is due to a bad motherboard. Specifically, a chip on the board--the ROM chip--is damaged. Sensitive little bugger. And it can't be replaced; the whole motherboard has to be replaced due to the intricate micro-sized soldering work. You'll need to have the Zen serviced. Scroll down on this page to the Repair Service box, enter your zip code, and walla, a list of repair services to choose from.
Posted on Sep 29, 2007
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