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it may be due to old version of your firmware. follow the procedure as i told..
it can be done easily.
1.all you have to do computer having net facility.
2.go to creative.com
3.search there for a keyword named "mp3 player recovery tool"
4.from there download that tool ,install it in your pc .then it will
automatically detect your drive,it will format it.and will install
Muvo is made by Creative. Go to this website, and try their Recovery Tool: http://support.creative.com/Products/ProductDetails.aspx?catID=213&subCatID=215&prodID=10737&prodName=MuVo%20Micro%20N200&subCatName=MuVo&CatName=undefined
Hey ok wait a sec so nothing is displayed on the screen?
Does it power off or down?
Ok it sounds like a simple setting error..
Turn system off then on and let the red light show up.
Then push the power button down for 5 sec and/or wait until it beeps.. it will reset itself and turn back on.. still nothing? do it up to 10 times and let me know if this is not the issue thanks!!
My MuVO TX was having problems until I installed the latest firmware. The last firmware release was in March 2007. If you haven't updated the player's firmware since then, try downloading it and installing Creative MuVo TX FM Firmware 1.24.02.
I had the same sudden power-off on a MuVo TX that I have had for 2 years now. I also had problems upgrading it, I got the latest firmware updater tool from here: http://uk.europe.creative.com/support/downloads/download.asp?MainCategory=213&nRegionFK=&nCountryFK=&nLanguageFK=&sOSName=Windows+XP®ion=3&Product_Name=MuVo+TX&Product_ID=9672&modelnumber=&driverlang=1033&OS=10&drivertype=0&x=31&y=7 ...but the first attempt to upgrade left me with a dead player. Grrr.
However, I managed to recover it..
I rebooted my laptop.. and used 7zip to unpack the creative upgrade tool to a folder. I then plugged in the MuVo (while holding the power button? can't remember) and got the windoze New Hardware wizard. Selected 'Manual install' then selected 'from a disk/folder', browsed to where I had unpacked the driver, hit next and allowed the wizard plenty of time to work it all out. That seemed to get the player detected as an empty disk device again.
Then I was able to run the installer (double clicked on the downloaded .exe) and select a full upgrade, and that worked. (when I was doing this, the tool claimed my player had firmware version 0.00 installed on it !?! weird.).
So it may be possible to recover even a seemingly dead player.
I have not verified that the power-off issue is fully resolved, I only did this 10 minutes ago and it´s an intermittent problem. But so far, it seems to work.
Hope this gives some clues. Best of luck, EasyTarget.