My creative mp3 player was accidentally erase and reformatted. what should i do? when i turn it on, it quits. i can upload songs but it never runs. can i look for an installer and reinstall it my self. hope you can help me. thanks
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Connect the player using the provided linking cord to the PC. Now the player will be detected. Click on mu computers and you will see the new harware drive ... your Mp3 player.
Now click and open to see the whole menu of the list of songs on the memory of the player.
The songs you want to be delected must be clicked and deleted .
However if you wantt the whole memory of songs to be erased off, then right click and use formatting of the player's memory.
Hope you try on this advice.
If it is also acting funny as a player, try installing the latest firmware.
The last firmware release was in March 2007. If you haven't updated
the player's firmware since then, try downloading it and installing Creative MuVo TX FM Firmware 1.24.02.
Of course, you'll have to get it to talk to your computer before you can update the firmware.
My MuVO TX was having problems until I installed the latest firmware. The last firmware release was in March 2007. If you haven't updated the player's firmware since then, try downloading it and installing Creative MuVo TX FM Firmware 1.24.02.
If you really want to wipe the MuVO's files and start over:
Plug your player into your computer
Right-click on "My Computer"
Click on "Disk Management"
One of the volumes listed should be your MuVO. You can right-click on it from here, and select "Format." (This will not erase the firmware that makes the player work, so don't worry about that. The firmware is stored else.)