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Installed creative media source v 2.02.06 on new laptop running windows 7 . Interface installed fine but it does not recognize player when it is pluged in. During install a prompt said there was a missing driver! Thanks Kevin H

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Recognising my Zen

  • connect the device to your PC.
  • Open Device manager (Right click on My Computer, select Manage, open Device manager)
  • Locate the MP3 player in the list
  • Right Click on the device and click Uninstall driver
  • Disconnect the nomad
  • Restart
  • DO NOT CONNECT THE DEVICE
  • run the installation process
  • Connect the device
  • Good luck

Posted on Dec 06, 2007

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SOURCE: Zen Touch mp3 player isn't able to play tracks in windows media player 11

im not sure but i think you have to create the playlist first then transfer to mp3

Posted on Feb 22, 2008

SOURCE: Creative Zen Vision M: 30GB Error

Can you fix creative zen m 30G I dropped the item and the screen is cracked. If so, how much is for the labor and screen replacement. Thanks.

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SOURCE: Just got new computers with Windows Vista X64 and

here you go try this driver its for all windows os http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/SOUND-CARD/CREATIVE/Creative-Nomad-Jukebox-Zen-Xtra-13003.shtml

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Zen Micro Photo and Windows XP SP3

i Had this problem two but after a couple of hours of googl'ing i got the answer.
the #14 post on this thread: http://www.anythingbutipod.com/forum/showthread.php?t=35590

Posted on Nov 05, 2009

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When it the zen is turned on it says firmware


Had the same problem and nearly went nuts trying to fix it. Here's what I did:

1. Uninstall all creative driver & creative software.
2. Uninstalled Windows Media Player 11 (Rolled back to WMP 10) and restarted PC.
3. Uninstalled Windows Media Player 11 Runtime and restarted PC.
4. Downloaded and Installed the latest free version of Winamp from http://www.winamp.com
5. Connected my A/C Power Cord to my Nomad Jukebox then connected my Nomad Jukebox via USB cable to the Computer.

The computer should then recognize the Nomad Jukebox as "Found New Hardware" then "MTP Device" and lastly "Your new hardware is installed and ready to use.

6. If you haven't already, go to the creative website and download the Creative Zen Xtra PlaysForSure Firmware 2.10.03 and save it to your computer.
7. Run the Firmware (Make sure Nomad Jukebox is connected) and at this point the Computer should recognize the Nomad Jukebox and begin the upgrade.

After your upgrade is complete, You can go ahead and re-download Windows Media Player 11 and it will recognize the Nomad Jukebox.Not sure what version of windows you have, but I have two computers, one with windows xp and the other has windows 7 and Im able to transfer music perfectly fine with Windows Media Player and RealPlayer on both computers. I hope this works for you. Good Luck!

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XP would not recognize my e250 (new version)


The latest version of the Sansa E250 only has one mode... MTP. USB mode has been removed. My windows XP laptop would see the device and install it fine, but Media Player, Yahoo Music, and any other software would not recognize the MTP device until I installed Windows Media Player 11.

Once installed, even Yahoo Jukebox recognized the device.

I returned 1 & got a new one before I tried this solution. So if you're having a similar issue, don't return it until you've tried the latest version of WMP.

Hope this helps.

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Can't Add files to mp3 after reinstalling-device not found.


I have an older ZEN, so I'm not sure if I have Creative Media Source 5, but mine never worked really well either. My Windows Media Player recognizes mine, so I just sync to that library. I even have gotten a new laptop since I got my ZEN and I never downloaded anything, I just connected it to Window's Media. I hope that's helpful!

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Creative Zen is not recognized by my computer.


creative labs Nomad Jukebox zen mp3
cannotused anymore cause have a firmware problem everytime reboot the unit

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Zen micro firmware problem


I just got a ZEN Micro 4GB player for free due to Firmware problem. This totally fixed the firmware issue. Windows XP PC with Media Player 10 and the latest driver and firmware from creative. Once I had all that I plugged in my player, let it recognize and then re-flashed to latest firmware. BAM now the play is working perfectly and I can sync music to it. Thanks for the fix.

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Vision zen:M not recognized


Luckily for me I have a laptop with Windows XP. I installed the Zen software and connected my external hard drive that has all my music on it and copied the music from the external drive to the Zen. Problem sovled, although I really would like to have the software work properly using Vista. For now the solution works.

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Creative Zen Micro not recognized by Creative Media Source 5 in Windows XP SP2


yes your usb ports only give out 1.0 and all mp need 2.0 you can get a inyernal 2.0 usb port or a hub carrier withit own power sorce

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Confused!!!!


there might still be hope. If you downloaded firmware version 2.11.01 it will not be recognized by creative organizer; you will need to install plugins to make creative organizer recognize it again. Go to www.creative.com/support --> downloads and follow the links to download the plugins. There are 1 or 2 to download. Do you have windows media player 10? If so then the zen should be recognized in wmp 10 and you can download songs that way. If you have windows media player 11, you will need to roll back to windows media player 10 for it to be recognized. NOTE: if you don't use windows media player to sync songs, then just ignore everything I said about it.

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Media player will not recognize my 256 tx fm mp3 player


For your MuVO TX FM, there are a couple of other components you should download and install from the Creative download page for this player.

In addition to the latest firmware, which you've already installed, make sure you have the Creative Mass Storage Driver 1.07.00.250. This should allow your computer to communicate with the player.

Also, install the Creative MediaSource Player/Organizer 5.10.38. This should allow you to sync WMA files to your player with the proper licenses.

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