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tell me dear which christmas it is.
christmas is there in every year.
and now, if your system is new i.e not got its warranty over then please take it to the dealer.
or if its a real old thing then these type of silly issues are most common my dear.
the simple solution about to be tried is
re installing your operating system. ( genuine windows xp or vista recommended.)
if still the problem persists...
get me back @
I have seen that problem with other Creative players including my old Zen Xtra 30GB. If it is less than 3 months old I would suggest sending it in for replacement. Creative's warranty period is only 90 days. If it is out of warranty, it may cost more to get it repaired or replaced than it is worth. Creative products are great but in recent years their support and warranty policies have gotten horrible and repair costs are usually not worth it. When mine did that I put it away for a week or so and when I turned it on again, the display worked normally. It started acting up one other time, and I came to the conclusion that it was a heat issue causing my problem. Unfortunately it developed power issues and as I said, they wanted more to fix it after a year than it was worth and I opted for an iPod. Cheers and best wishes.