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Mu creative muvo2 fm is stuck in recovery mode please help

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i have a muvo2 fm and reloaded the firmware off the creative website..

Posted on May 27, 2007

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I suppose that you have a bad hardisk. I have repaired several models of Creative Zen including the hardisk types (Zen Micro, Microphoto, Neeon, Zen 20 Gbytes, and your problems points to a bad hardisk symptoms. Either the disk or the read/ write head stuck up. Do you hear clicks in the player upon startup? If yes, then do the following procedures: If you're out of warranty, then you might want to open your player, and do some repair yourself, but be very careful. Somebody has posted on how to dismantle the zen microphoto, please search for the site. Once you got to the hardisk, carefully remove it from the player... Remove the sticker. There's some holes in the cover, can you see the disk and the read/ write shaft? Insert a piece of wire or anything that can be used to move the shaft a little, again be very careful. AVOID SCRATCHING THE DISK OR, Move it to the right. If you're lucky to have just a jammed or stucked shaft, then you just save bucks. Replace everything and test your player. You might want to modify your player by replacing the hardisk into a compatible compact flash. it is the same size and same pinouts. A step-by-step procedure has been posted somewhere, please search for that. If you're player powers up and freezes on creative logo, or go to the recovery mode directly, then your player still works, and you just got a hardisk problem. try replacing it. I'm lucky enough to have a warehouse in my area here in the Philippines who sells surplus Creative mp3 players (various models and products)for a very cheap price, sold asis. So I have ample stocks of boards and parts for my repairs.

Posted on Oct 05, 2007

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SOURCE: Creative Zen Touch stuck in "recovery mode"

for anyone else who still have unusable devices and the device is not there for the firmware but it is for anything else do this:

1. Plug in the player.
2. Goto device manager remove it's drivers and remove USB Roots (dont worry they'll all reload)
3. Reboot and unplug the player.
4. After windows loads goto add/remove programs and uninstall windows media player. Select downgrade.
5. If it asks you to reboot do so.
6. Then locate c:\program files\creative and just manually delete the folder you can put it back on if you wish later but it's useless and outdated junk.

Now reboot. Plug the device in and install the firmware.

If this works as good for me as anyone else lemme know.

Dan

Posted on Mar 13, 2008

SOURCE: Creative Zen Touch stuck in "recovery mode"

maybe you can find help through this tool: http://www.creative.com/products/mp3/MP3PlayerRecoveryTool/welcome.asp?

Posted on Apr 26, 2008

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u can restor ur ipod if u have a restore file of ur ipod in *.ipsw form....
just try to update ur ipod in itune by (clicking + holding shift)...browse the file & add it.... hope it will work
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Posted on Feb 22, 2010

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I need the firmware for my muvo2 fm 5gb mp3 player


you can find a complete list of firmwares on the creative website by clicking here and following the link just make sure you click the 4gb model not the 1.5gb. and that should be everything youll ever need for a creative nomad muvo2.
If you need further assistance please feel free to follow up with a comment and i will be here to assist you. If this assisted you please feel free to rate the comment 4 thumbs up. thanks and have a great day.

Aug 19, 2010 | Creative Labs Nomad MuVo2 FM MP3 Player

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Hello... i have a problem with my muvo 5gb.. i don't know what happened but when i turn it on its entered in the recovery mode.. i have already tried every option in that mode but nothings happened and its...


Try reflashing the firmware for your device you can find the latest firmware and flashing utilities from the manufacturer?s website. Make sure that you back your music up first because when you do this you are setting it back to factory settings.

Oct 28, 2009 | Creative Labs Nomad MuVo2 FM MP3 Player

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I have a Muvo2 and need help


no need for the recovery tool yet, try a firmware upgrade or reflash (upgrading using the lates same version), because the firmware tool will format the hard drive and will give you a fresh unit. never interupt the firmware upgrade process.

Aug 07, 2008 | Creative Labs Nomad MuVo2 FM MP3 Player

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how do i reset my muvo2 Fm mp3 player
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Oct 20, 2007 | Creative Labs Nomad MuVo2 FM MP3 Player

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Hi This could happen when the partition where the firmware resides got corrupted.
Get the latest firmware from Creative site. Remove the battery. holding the navigator key insert the charger power. You may be able to start the unit in Service mode Format the drive.  upload the latest firmware downloaded and ready. Let the device restart.
Cross your fingers. Your Muvo would be up and running!!  
Regards Durai V K

Aug 10, 2007 | Creative Labs Nomad MuVo2 FM MP3 Player

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Stuck in recovery mode and i don't know what to do


I recently had a similar problem, and nothing I did helped; what I eventually did sounds pretty simple and possibly won't help ( I have a feeling that it might have been a USB port issue, more than anything). I have added the description of my problem below my 'solution'.

I disconnected the player from my PC, restarted the PC, disconnected & reconnected the battery from the Muvo2, turned the player on (just to check if it was reading the music) then turned the player off. Then (with the Muvo2 powered off) I reconnected the player to the USB cable; the darn thing was recognised immediately and was working fine...

My problem:
The player was working fine, Windows (XP Pro) recognised the device as a Muvo2 & I could transfer files no problem; I clicked on 'Safely remove hardware' and removed the player. However, when I now try to reconnect the payer Windows gives me an error message, that one of my USB devices failed to connect and that it doesn't recognise the device. It suggests reconnecting, which does nothing...

The Muvo2 screen displays the 'connected to computer' image. If I disconnect using the 'Safely remove hardware' and unplug the cable, the player display says I need to connect to my PC and run scandisk. I can't get the computer to recognise the device, so I can't run scandisk. Removing and reinserting the player's battery got rid of the 'Scandisk' message & the player worked again, but it's still not connecting to the PC.

Jan 27, 2007 | Creative Labs Nomad MuVo2 FM MP3 Player

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Firmware problem


i have a muvo2 fm and reloaded the firmware off the creative website..

Jan 24, 2007 | Creative Labs Nomad MuVo2 FM MP3 Player

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