Question about Creative Labs ZEN Vision:M Digital Media Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I Dropped My Zen Vision M And Cracked The Screen And Bought A New One But Replaced The New ZVM's Hard Drive With My Old One And All I Had to Do Was Restart It For It To Recognize The New Hard Drive And If It Doesnt Recognize It All You Gotta Do Is Put A New One In And Download More Songs xD And If You Need A Disassembly Tutorial Heres A Good Site
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
SOURCE: zen vision m not recognized....
here, this is what I did to fix this problem. copy and paste from my original post on anythingbutipod.com
"My player is completely charged, I have XP w/SP2 - I can turn it on and listen to the default audio tracks and videos...I just can't get my computer to recognize it AT ALL!"
also, when I try to allow "everyone" to the USB....I found that in the advanced section I have TWO "everyones".
The one that says "full control" says "not inherited" in the inherited from column...the other says "read" and "machine\system\currentcontrolset......."
Should there be two of them in there??? Because when I try and switch the read to full control, it reverts back as soon as I select apply or ok....I tried deleting it but it re-creates itself soon as I go out of the window.
so I was told to do this:
Sounds like an NT problem. I don't know the exact steps to do this, but you'll need to remove inheritable permissions from that, which will remove the "inherited" attribute, leaving the locally-controllable one.
So open "run" command in the start menu and type "regedit"
From there follow this path...
"hkey_current_config" -> system -> current control set -> Enum -> USB
Do what I copy and pasted above and then plug your Zen V:M in and it should recognize it.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
THIS WORKED FOR ME:
32. I bought one of these and used it on and of for 4 months. One day I got a "harddisk problem" and tried everything. Because I purchased in the US, Creative said that it was out of warranty but they would fix for £100. I looked around the web and found a thread that shows how to fix it. The solution, and this is a bit technical, is - seriously - to hit it on the right hand side very firmly on the right hand side with your hand whilst switching it on. It re-indexed and I've never had a problem since.
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Posted on Feb 08, 2009
I had this same problem and almost threw out the Zen.
The trick to getting the Zen recognized by the firmware update software is to make sure you uninstall BOTH WMP11 as well as the WMP11 Runtime. Those two things are listed separately in Add/Remove programs.
BOTH must be uninstalled before the firmware updater will recognize your Zen.
Now I'm back to using my Zen. It's all good.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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