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CREATIVE ZEN HARD DISK

I dropped my creative zen vision m beyond repair. Is there any way I can get the information from the hard disk inside onto some other media like my laptop.

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You can tap the unit and see if you can get it to come back on but no there is no other way to get the info off a damaged drive unless you can get it to start.

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I am a reporter. My zen visin's hard disk report a error. what can I do now?


Try to format it, if it shows a hardware error, replace the hard drive or the zen.

Oct 28, 2009 | Creative Labs ZEN Vision:M Digital Media...

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My zen says recovery mode


Check out this link to obtain information on how to solve your issue...
http://forums.creative.com/creativelabs/board/message?board.id=dap&message.id=198778

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Feb 24, 2009 | Creative Labs ZEN Vision:M Digital Media...

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Creative zen m vision won't start up,


You tried these yet? 
Reset, Format or Clean Up a Zen Vision:M

If your player stops responding, you can reset it. To reset the player, push the end of a pin-like object (for example, a pin or straightened paperclip) into the Reset hole. This should not cause you to lose any data or audio tracks, unless you were in the middle of transferring an audio track.

To reset Zen Vision:M to factory default settings:

Press on the Menu/Back button on your player, and select System, and then Reset.

To Format or Clean Up Zen Vision:M

1. Detach the Zen Vision:M player from your PC , and ensure that the unit is off.

If the battery is too low, charge the battery fully before continuing
2. Slide the Power switch towards the Power icon and hold the switch in the Power On position.
3. Push the end of a pin-like object (for example, a straightened paper clip) into the reset hole, press gently and remove.

4. Release the Power switch when the Creative logo appears. The Recovery Mode appears:
* Clean Up (Performs a disk scan on the player's hard disk, it will not affect music files)
* Format All (Formats the players hard disk - Note: all contents will be lost)
* Reload Firmware (Reloads the Operating System on the Zen. Select this option ONLY if there is a firmware available to reload.)
* Reboot (Reboots the device).
5. Select Clean Up or Format from the Recovery Mode, and then select Reboot.

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Nov 12, 2008 | Creative Labs ZEN Vision:M Digital Media...

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ZEN VISION M STUCK IN RECOVERY MODE


im having that sme problem! even when i try 2 restart it still acts crazy! when u find out how 2 fix ur let me kno cuz really want this thing 2 start workin again

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Creative Zen Vision M: Placing Old hard Drive in New Player??


I Dropped My Zen Vision M And Cracked The Screen And Bought A New One But Replaced The New ZVM's Hard Drive With My Old One And All I Had to Do Was Restart It For It To Recognize The New Hard Drive And If It Doesnt Recognize It All You Gotta Do Is Put A New One In And Download More Songs xD And If You Need A Disassembly Tutorial Heres A Good Site

http://www.anythingbutipod.com/archives/2006/02/how-to-disassemble-the-creative-zen-vision-m.php

Feb 25, 2008 | Creative Labs ZEN Vision:M Digital Media...

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My zen is freezeing


1. I'd try a system clean up first (instructions below)
2. definitely upgrade your firmware (http://us.creative.com/support/downloads/)
3. If all else fails, back up all your music on your PC and format it (instructions below)

.... from Creative's site

Reset, Format or Clean Up a Zen Vision:M If your player stops responding, you can reset it. To reset the player, push the end of a pin-like object (for example, a pin or straightened paperclip) into the Reset hole. This should not cause you to lose any data or audio tracks, unless you were in the middle of transferring an audio track.
To reset Zen Vision:M to factory default settings:
Press on the Menu/Back button on your player, and select System, and then Reset.
To Format or Clean Up Zen Vision:M
  1. Detach the Zen Vision:M player from your PC , and ensure that the unit is off. If the battery is too low, charge the battery fully before continuing
  2. Slide the Power switch towards the Power icon vision_m_reset.jpgand hold the switch in the Power On position.
  3. Push the end of a pin-like object (for example, a straightened paper clip) into the reset hole, press gently and remove. vision_m_reset1.jpg
  4. Release the Power switch when the Creative logo appears. The Recovery Mode appears:
    • Clean Up (Performs a disk scan on the player's hard disk, it will not affect music files)
    • Format All (Formats the players hard disk - Note: all contents will be lost)
    • Reload Firmware (Reloads the Operating System on the Zen. Select this option ONLY if there is a firmware available to reload.)
    • Reboot (Reboots the device).
  5. Select Clean Up or Format from the Recovery Mode, and then select Reboot.

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CReative Zen Vision M - Bought in US so can't get support in UK. At first kept trying to switch to external TV. TRied resetting and worked when I plugged in connecting/docking plug. Then hard disk kept...


You should get support no matter where you bought your player. The Serial Number on the back of the player allows Creative to trace the player. I bought a Zen Vision M from Amazon in the US and had it shipped to an address in the US. A friend collected it for me and brought it home to me in Ireland. The Hard Disc failed after about 45 days and I emailed Creative Labs Europe and they set up an RMA, I shipped the player to them and they sent me a brand new player. Try this link to email your problem and set up an RMA: http://uk.europe.creative.com//support/contact/emailform.asp

Jun 04, 2007 | Creative Labs ZEN Vision:M Digital Media...

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Creative Zen Vision:M


I can't say this will work for you, but I had exactly the same problem (I think the clicking noise has something to do with the hard disk being slightly dislodged - possibly after dropping it?). I found that giving the side of the Zen a sharp smack on my knee sorted it out.

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THIS WORKED FOR ME:

32. I bought one of these and used it on and of for 4 months. One day I got a "harddisk problem" and tried everything. Because I purchased in the US, Creative said that it was out of warranty but they would fix for £100. I looked around the web and found a thread that shows how to fix it. The solution, and this is a bit technical, is - seriously - to hit it on the right hand side very firmly on the right hand side with your hand whilst switching it on. It re-indexed and I've never had a problem since.
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