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Re: my mp3 player
Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off, hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard
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If you go into the Settings menu of your Opal, you will notice a "Brightness," "Screen Saver" and "Power Save" option. All three of these options will affect the display, and may be adjusted to suit your preferences. The overview is on p.25 of your user's manual.
The most common cause is a flat battery. There is a trick to charging
the battery in these small mp3 players. It wont charge if it is turned
on, and it won't charges if it's in sleep mode (zzzz). Here what to do... 1. plug the payer into your USB port. or wall charger 2. switch thje player on 3. turn it off by either holding down the play button, or selecting
"System" from the menu 4. The screen will go black and the battery will begin charging.
I'm no better than a normal dude with this technological stuff, but i'll try to help anyways :) So, if you haven't solved the problem yet i think it could be that it (the Zen, mp3 player) has to recharge FULLY in order to be functional.So that's the 6 hours.It says on the Quickstart paper that the display turns off to conserve power. So i was thinking that could be it. The Zen was/is in recharge mode when you tried to power it on.It only turns on, when you've succesfully charged the WHOLE battery thingy. This is only a thought and should not be trusted 100% :) Ok, i really hope that this helps 'cause nobody had written anything to solve this or similiar problems. Alright, catch ya later!