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My Creative Zen V Plus wasn't recognised by my PC, then it wouldn't even switch on.
Following the solution of another
similar problem on here I fixed it. Connect your Zen via USB to your
computer and press the reset button. Should spring to life and start
re-building your library. I am as I type adding new tracks to mine :))
When you dried it off with a drier did you have the unit completely appart at the time? It sounds like you might not have dried off all the water. If you don't get all the water out it will stay there for a long time causing problems, and after that you'll end up with corrosion at which point the unit becomes virtually garbage. Also, one other thing to remember is the danger of too much heat. If you applied too much heat with the drier it could have damaged the electronics. At this point I would take the unit appart and blow it out with some pressurised air, then stick a new battery in and do a hardware reset if it allows for it in the software menu. It might even have a tiny reset hole on the outside.
Uninstall everything from your PC, reboot, reinstall driver and the Explorer (I do not use MediaSource, only the Explorer).
If it didn't work out follow these steps:
1. Uninstall Creative Media Source and all related software. 2. Install the driver. In the installation CD the driver is usually in \Drivers\English 3. Turn on the Nomad an connect it to the PC. 4. Install MediaSource(the program requires that you have the nomad connected while installing) 5. Install MediaSource plugin 6. Try transferring files.
you?re still running into problem know that there are other programs
capable of handling MediaSource?s functions, such as - Portable Audio
Devices Power Toy , NomadSync, Real player, and there?s also a Zen
plugin for the Winamp.
reset it with paperclip. the hole is on it's left side, down from "on " trigger. then if you have probs with "re-building library", reset it, hold play button and turn it on. there will be recovery mode, try clean-up, if it doesn't help, just format it. and read other solutions before you post yours)
The way to fix it is, on your PC, you make folders on the Zen Nano drive. Title those folders as you want. Then you put all of the audio into those folders. And hopefully when you turn on the device, the audio will be in folders. Good luck.