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Computer won't recognize mp3 player

When I open the Zen 5 series media explorer to transfer music files to the player, the error message states that the player isn't connected. Any help out there?

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  • Anonymous Dec 13, 2007

    how can i fix it

  • Anonymous Feb 23, 2008

    My computer is not recognizing that the mp3 player is connected.

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Do you have media player 11 installed?
other wise try another pc or friends pc and install new firmware

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dude well da case is simple wot ur tryn to do is add da music in da player to da player again, da player already is fuull wit around 4 gig so nly 3.5 is around is free so u cant add da same music again........ since is not enough space kkkk if u wann add more new music search da computer using the media explorer and add the new music to the music library and sync it with da player if dis doesnt work mail me your problem with further details.... kkkkkk amalkomalavithanage@live.com

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According to Creative Labs, you should either be using the Creative Media Explorer if you are new to MP3 and WMA ripping and want to build up a library or prefer to manage your Zen player as a removable disk drive, or using the Creative MediaSource Player/Organizer if you "frequently need to playback or organize music in your computer".
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To actually hook up your Creative Zen MP3 player to your computer, you'll need the included USB cable, which should connect as shown in this spiffo Creative illustration:
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Once you've hooked it up, the Zen unit should automatically go into USB connection mode (wouldn't be very zen-like if it didn't!) and then you should be able to find the device by opening up My Computer on your desktop.
When you really dig into the Zen user's guides, you'll find that they recommend Creative Media Explorer for transfering audio files: just click on the "Import Media" button in the application, find the MP3, WAV or WMA files already on your computer, and it should be easy to then copy them onto the player.
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