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Re: Creative Zen Ubuntu problem
Creative Zen media players use MTP (Media Transfer Protocol). Linux and Ubuntu (or any other Linux distribution) don't support MTP, and won't be able to transfer files to or from the Creative Zen device. To sort out this problem follow these steps -
1. Click on Applications, go to Add/Remove...
2. Select show All Open Source Applications and search for Gnomad
3. Select Gnomad2 by putting a little tick in the box, and hit Apply Changes.
4. Hook up your media player, start Gnomad (Applications > Sound & Video), and you are good to go.
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Welcome to FixYa. You have to download and re-install the latest version of Ubuntu. Download from this link http://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu/download Make sure to back up all your important files before doing the re-installation. Ubuntu is a FREE Operating System, though they are trying very hard to support its users, it does not guarantee a total complete auto support like automatic updates. You have to re-install everything when new release is available.
Do Windows Update. It will download and install the service packs that you need as well as the latest driver for your ZEN V Plus if it has found one. Make sure to install all the suggested updates.
Type windows update in the search box
Click the Windows Update icon from the search list
Windows Update windows will open
Click the Check for updates button
It will show number of updates available
Click Install Updates
The updates may take a while and your computer might restart a couple of times
Install the driver/software manually. (Make sure you installed windows update)
Whilst most conventional operating systems you must pay for, or come free with some hardware. It is very easy to download some operating systems that are linx based.
I would suggest downloading the latest version of ubuntu from this link:
If you quit the installation ubuntu won't work. Perhaps I don't understand what your saying, but try going through the entire installation proccess (which will wipe the files of the old ubuntu piece of the hard drive).
make sure you have the latest version of the program and the latest updates for your OS (you could even try older versions of the software). Is the software compatible with vista? Try and run the program in safe mode... If it still don't work then maybe it just isn't compatible with your current system configuration (google the problem to see if others had the same issue). does it freeze other computers running vista? Ask yourself these types of questions to narrow down the possiblities and therefore finding the source of your problem. If you require additional assistance just come back and one of us will promptly answer your questions :)