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Hi, now, when you restored your 80 gB classic, did you upgrade the firmware to 1.1.2? If so, do not. I refuse as my firmware 1.1.1 works the ipod great and the only trouble started (twice) on trying to update the firmware. Try a hard factory reset:support.apple.com/kb/HT1339
Then, charge fully with AC charger (this was recommended to me twice in an Apple store)
After wards, use USB to connect to your computer and do not allow it to upgrade to 1.1.2
(See incidental article about ipod touch: rupertgee.wordpress.com/2007/12/02/downgraderestore-ipod-touch-firmware-to-version-111-using-os-x/ this might even work on ipod classic - you've got nothing to loose); also have a look at Apple's updates: apple.com/support/downloads/
This seemed to work for me:
1. Download latest version of iTunes 2. disconnect from internet (I did this by removing my wireless adapter). 3. Put iPod into disk mode (hold select and play until display says "disk mode" at the top). 4. Connect iPod to computer 5. You should be prompted to restore, click yes. 6. Message will appear saying can't connect to internet, do you want to restore to latest version "2.0.1" instead? (Something along those lines). 7. It should start restoring and work this time.
the program of your MP3 player got trouble, you can reinstall the program by using its utility disk or CDs.. Before doing it try to recopy or backup the mp3 files to your computer and make some reformat of your mp3 player, hope this might be help. Good Luck!
having troubles hey??? well ill runh you threw the steps .. first you have to insert the cd then press RIP this puts the music from the cd on to the computer then make sure your media device is plugged in go on files or some thing and find the button that says sync ... ......syncing puts the music on to the ipod or mp3 hope that helps:) email me if you are having trouble email@example.com
The ONLY AND I REPEAT ONLY way to solve zen and computer recognistion problem is to have THE ORIGINAL INSTALL DISK that came with player.
The only things that will work is
1. Download Utorrent
2. Go to google or yahoo and search Creative (you'r player type ie zen touch, zen mossiac, zen x, etc.etc.) install disk torrent.
3. Try to find the one that is closest to the name of your player (ie. zen touch, mossiac, x) and download the install disk.
4. After the download finishes you should be able to run setup like you have the disk.
I downloaded the install disk torrent and after i finished downloading I simply found the setup file clicked it and installed the neccessary files, and presto my computer recognised my zen touch.
#2 If you can't find a install disk for you perticular player, you should try to see if maybe a friend or someone youknow has a creative mp3 player and ask to borrow there install disk, who knows it just might work for you'r player. Best of luck and I hope this will solve you zen player/computer problem
Um hey, I have a Lyra MP3 player, I can't download videos but I have gotten music on it. When you download your music, it goes to a certain folder in your computer, it's up to you to find it. All that I did was copy/paste that to your MP3's folder. If that doesn't work I am really sorry.
Try going to http://www.apple.com/ca/ipod/download/index_cgi.html . Download that program, install it, then open it and plug in the ipod. If it works u should be able to click restore and your ipod will work.