Question about Microsoft Zune JS8-00001 Digital Media Player
My 80Gb Zune just died right in the middle of a song and is now black as if it's dead. It had a full battery and is about 7 months old.
When I plugged it into my PC I got a clicking noise in the headphones meaning I believe it's recognized the power (USB) but the screen still didn't turn on.
The back-arrow+nav button trick did nothing and I can't simply power it back on. The Zune software also doesn't recognize it when it's plugged in.
It's never been wet or dropped, there's hardly a mark on it and I take very good care of the device. Are these prone to just randomly dying???
It is known to happen. Electronical devices are made very cheaply these days as I'm sure you know. The capacitors in the circuits and also the firmware, only have about 1/4 -1/2 the lifetime as the old school stuff.
I would bring it in to carrier
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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