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When an electronic device is start acting strange, a software update is the worst thing you can try to solve the problem.
Updates are only allowed if the system is working without an error.
If it is not working correct, you can't be sure it will load the update correct and you never know what happens when the update is started.
For every update there is a condition, the electronic needs to work perfect and the battery / power supply must be capable of delivering enough power during the whole update process.
External drives are so simple, they hardly ever need any peat. If they need one, you can find it on google. And the firm will send mails to any registered user.
With any firmware update, more warnings coe than I can write down here. If you have a problem, look if there is an other way to solve this.
i was in the same boat of dispair UNTIL!!!!!!
I held the Play button WHILE inserting the USB cable that was already connected to the computer. After a bit, it revived!!
That little heart attack scared me. I'm like, " I treated you like royalty, and THIS is how you repay me?"
lol. there literally is like no scratches on it cuz i leave it in the little sleeve thing it came in all the time.
Have you tried updating the firmware of your Zen V Plus? I've had mine for almost an year and haven't had these issues -- I updated the firmware as soon as I unpacked it.
try downloading the MP3 player recovery tool from Creative's website (the tool contains the latest firmware update available -- 1.15.03). Plug your ZV+ into your PC, run the program and let it update the firmware. Then format, reload your music and try it.
By the way, before updating the firmware, let the battery have a full charge, ok
The first thing I would do is a reset. Read your manual about this process, which often requires pressing two buttons at the same time or take your batteries out, wait a minute and put them back. See if resetting helps. Not being familiar with your camera, speciffically, Ithis sounds like the firmware in the camera is reading the info back to you backwards when it processes the image (from memory) for you to view. That means it is the firmware in the camera that is defective and sometimes you can update or reinstall that. I would check the manufacturer's site for updates or recalls and if it is under warranty, send it back to be fixed.