Question about Creative Labs Zen Vision Digital Media Player
Unplug your player from your PC. Find the player in your Device Manager (control Panel\Device Manager), right click, and uninstall. Then visit the players manufacturer website and search for the product.
Once oyu find the product there should be a link which says something like 'Support and Drivers'. Click it and download the latest drivers and software. Install all of this and then plug thep layer back in and see if it is recognised.
Other than the above you can try and use another cable as your one may be defective.
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Posted on Jul 02, 2010
Try plugging it in and going to the Device Manager to see if it shows up as "unknown device" or something. If so, disable/uninstall it, restart, and try it again.
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