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You will need an adapter. Take the SD card into yur local electronics shop and ask them.

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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I followed the instructions on how to transfer files to and from your memory card for my zen. The computer shows the file as on the memory card but when I try to access the files from the player, it says...


Songs on your card are not in the same location has songs on the zen itself. You need to go to the SD card menu and the songs that are on the card will be there.

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Problem with SD memory mode on my creative zen


O.K. So you have to click Memory Card and click Browse. The videos should be there if you did that right.

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Computer not recognizing SD card as external storage/Creative Zen


Try going to the memory card option on the main menu, then go to 'Removable Storage', then the Zen should either tell you to connect a USB cord or insert a memory card. Try it, if not I dont know.

Jan 02, 2009 | Creative Labs Zen Digital Media Player

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Deleated ariginal memory from zen sd card . would like all back.


Just connect ur sd card to your computer using a card reader
now take my computer right click on the meamory card then select the option format then the whole stuff from your sd card will be deleated.

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Additional SD card memory installed in the card slot


Check to see if it is the proper SD card. while several size ( memory) cards may fit the port the player may only recognise a 2 or 3 gig card.

Dec 30, 2008 | Creative Labs Zen Digital Media Player

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Problem with creative


Are you putting music on the player or on an SD card? What format are the files? If they are iTunes m4a files, the creative player won't read or play them. If they are not mp3 or wma files they have to be converted using 3rd party software.
If you put music on the SD card you have to either browse the card from the main menu or import the songs from the SD card to the player itself. The files won't just list from the main music menu. I have one of those players and it worked pretty well but it takes some playing with to get the hang of some of the features and so on.
Are you using the software that came with it? You may want to check the Creative site for updated software, and I also noticed there is an update for the firmware if it is not already updated.

Let me know if I can help further.

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Dec 27, 2008 | Creative Labs Zen Digital Media Player

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My computer will not detect that my player is connected, and my player will not dock, even though I know the lead is working as the player begins to charge.


Ok so apparently with Windows Media Player 11 and the latest XP update, the two are no longer best friends. Right click on the icon "My Computer." Select "Properties" on the bottom of the list, Click the "Hardware" tab and then click "Device Managers." Under "Portable Devices" should be "Creative Zen Media Player" and a yellow Explination mark should be on it. Rright click that and select "Update Drivers." Let it search online for an update, give it 2 minutes, and then jump in the air because your problem should be fixed like mine was. I have the 32 gig version, and was dreading losing my 3k+ songs and buying a damn Ipod, but now I don't have to. I hope it worked for yall, caus it just worked for me. This website inspired me to figure this thing out my self and not give up and buy an Ipod. Fixya is a sweet website.

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SD Card Error


I had a similar problem and after a bit of tooling around, I was able to get this to work for me. There are a couple of steps. Basically the problem is that the memory card wasn't properly disconnected from the player at some point so it's reading filesystem errors on it as a result. (Kinda like pulling out a USB key from a computer before you've "safely removed hardware". While your computer will tolerate this, your zen will not.) Here's how to safely remove disconnect your SD card after copying files to it. 
1. First, if possible, reformat your SD card. This is not critical, but is a good practice so that you can sart from scratch with a totally fresh card.
2. Next, plug in your SD card to your player and turn it on. Navigate to the memory card menu, and place the memory card in "removable disk". 
3. Plug the Zen into your computer, and go to "my computer". There should be a new disk called "removable disk" which is now shown along the rest of your hard drives. (Kinda like when you plug in a USB key drive. You're essentially doing the same thing here.)
4. Copy your files to the "removable disk". 
5. VERY IMPORTANT: When you are done, right-click on the removable disk and choose "eject" fromt the menu that comes up. When a popup appears saying that your hardware is safe to remove, you can unplug the zen from the computer. 
6. Now navigate to your memory card using your zen player, and choose "browse". It should come up now without any error. 

Jul 08, 2008 | Creative Labs Zen Digital Media Player

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Zen will not download anymore songs


The problem more than likely lies with windows media player. Update to the latest version.

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