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below explanation about zune : Zune software is required to get your music, videos, and podcasts from
your computer to your phone. It is used to sync music, videos, pictures
podcast etc. between your computer and phone. If you don't have the Zune
software installed on your computer, go to www.zune.net to download and
How to Set up Zune to sync your computer and phone? 1. Connect your phone to your computer using the USB cable.
2. Zune automatically opens on your computer, if you haven't opened it.
3. Wait for Zune to recognize your phone, and then follow the onscreen instructions to Set it up.
Wipe the device. Update the firmware. Then re-add all your media (music) and try again.
If the problem persists you will need to contact Microsoft (Zune) about the problem because then you are dealing with a hardware issue and not a software issue. Hardware issues can only be fixed by professionals and support from Zune.
1. Sync the Zune with its "home" computer. Each Zune has a specific "home" computer that it automatically syncs with. Use your Zune-specific USB cord to connect your device to this computer, and then sync your device as you normally would. This will solve most software hiccups and will generally get your Zune out of a "frozen" state. 2. Perform a soft reset. If syncing your device doesn't work, you can reset your software by holding the "Back" and "Up" buttons on the central control pad. Your screen will flicker, and then the Zune logo will appear with a status bar. Within a few moments, your software should be returned to normal. 3. Perform a system restore. However, doing this will erase all of your music, videos and photos, so only do this if you have exhausted both of the other troubleshooting steps. You can restore your Zune by connecting it to your computer, selecting it from the "Devices" list, and then pressing the "Restore" button. The process may take a few minutes, depending on how much content you had on your device. Once the restore has finished, your Zune will be completely blank.
You will probably have to move the music from your blackberry to your computer, then use the Zune software to sync the music to your zune. You'll have to tell the Zune software where to find your music, unless you put the music in the Zune music folder (My Music in "My Documents" is the default).
the problem with the zune is that its own by microsoft and you cannot sync music without the software however there is a zune forum that you can check out for advice on how to use the software better.. zune.net then check out the forums
I'm afraid not, because the zune or any other mp3 player has an operating system which it plays music, if you were to format it would have 30, but DO NOT FORMAT, because if you do, chances are you will lose everything and have to install the operating system for it or send it in to get repaired. I just thought I would let you know that the 1 GB is used for the operating sytem (files, folders, core components)
uhm i think i may have found your solution, that is if your using limewire or some client of the sort, i synced my zune while the program (limewire) was on and downloading music and i had the same problelm you did so i simply deleted all my music and put it back on the zune while limewire was off and now it works fine, i have an 80 gig btw if that matters