Question about Creative Labs ZEN Vision:M Digital Media Player
Unfortunately the problems you are describing are extremely common with the Zen player you have. Unfortunately you just have to format it when it starts having the issue, it's an internal programming issue with the player. You can try to actually run a defrag on the memory in the player, but honestly it's a temporary fix at best. The ultimate solution is to sell it and get an iPod =)
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
Windows 7 is still in beta testing stage and will have tons of bugs still that have to be worked out. This may be one of them.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
I also face the same problem, At last I have finally solved the problem. When trying to resolve this problem, I was confused by the fact that my player worked perfectly well with my XP pc and convinced myself that my Vista pc was causing the problem and not the player. I was also reluctant to do anything to the player if there was a risk that it might stop working with XP as well. Anyway I finally connected the player to another Vista computer and it quickly crashed, that set me straight and I realised the fault had to lie with the player. So I decided to back up the player on to my external hard drive and from there on to the new pc and then formatted the player.
When I then connected the player to my new pc it worked !!! fantastic!!!, I just wish I'd had the confidence to try formatting it a bit sooner as I've spent nearly two weeks trying to sort this out. I have now transfered everything back on to the player without any trouble except for a whole lot of music which I'd recorded on to my old pc from cassettes. Not too suprisingly it lost all the album information that I'd put in and lumped them altogether as Unknown album, so I've had to use Media Explorer to edit the track info and type it all in again. A small price to pay for getting my player working properly with my new pc and an inevitable consequence of mixing the hi-tech with the nearly prehistoric.
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Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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