I have a MuVo v200 256 MB. I tried to download musics from my computer to the player. The unit can be detected by my computer but when i tried to access it, there will be a display that connect the unit first. and also there's no power even i replaced the battery with a new one. please help me guys.By the way the no power incident happens when i tried to transfer some music to my player.
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Connect the player using the provided linking cord to the PC. Now the player will be detected. Click on mu computers and you will see the new harware drive ... your Mp3 player.
Now click and open to see the whole menu of the list of songs on the memory of the player.
The songs you want to be delected must be clicked and deleted .
However if you wantt the whole memory of songs to be erased off, then right click and use formatting of the player's memory.
Hope you try on this advice.
I get music from mp3fiesta.com. It's not free, but it's really cheap. I just download the tunes into the My Music folder then when you plug your MuVo into a USB port you should get a new window into which you can just drag any tunes you want.
My MuVo was having problems until I installed the latest firmware. The last firmware release was in July 2007. If you haven't updated the player's firmware since then, try downloading it and installing Creative MuVo V100 Firmware 1.05.01.
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.
Try cleaning the movo of all files and updating firmware at:
You did not specify the specific error code you ar getting but perhaps this will help, the MuVo has known problems with library structure and max amount of files:
Flash memory players such as Zen Nano Plus, Zen Nano, or other MuVo series may report a message about "insufficient space" even if the player has sufficient space available. This occurs when there are more than 500 files or more than 50 folders on the unit.
Please note that each folder counts as one file, and the structure of file or folder names also affect the number of files a player can store.
To further maximize a player's memory, avoid using long file names and file names with mixed lower and upper cases; create sub-folders on the player and move files from the root directory (i.e. not in a folder) to the sub-folders; limit the level of folders to 4th level including root (e.g. x:\rock\band\album\song.wma).