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I have a Creative Zen Touch MP3 player and want to upgrade to a Creative Zen Media. Can I simply transfer all the music files straight onto the new Media player by plugging it in without having to input all the data again. Is the creative zen softward currently no my computer going to recognise the new Creative Zen player?

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Yes, with these players you should just be able to copy music across from one to the other through my computer.

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Simply no unless you make a back up copy

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