I have recently just brought this mp3 player zen creative and it has just turned it's self off and wont turn its self back on again. I dont want to reset it as I have music on there that I cant remember the names of but love and it took me ages to get hold of some tunes. Please helllllpppppppp.
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Ok just fixed mine by pushing pin into reset hole. Hold play button turn zen v back on format player. yes you will lose your data but its better than buying a new mp3 player. download zen firmware update plug player in and update. This problem is caused by a corrupted file so the only way to fix it is full formate.
delete 'em when connected to the pc..I post a driver just in case ya do not have 'em http://cameras-and-mp3-player.free-driver-download.com/40562/Creative-ZEN-4GB-8GB-16GB-MP3-Player-Firmware-1.13.01-Windows-XP(x32-x64)-Vista(x32).html
Lat year for Christmas I bought each of my kids and myself a ZEN MP3 player. All of them were bad. We had to take them back and get a totally different brand. Zens are really bad players. Not many of them work. My suggestion- take it back before it is to late.
"If your Zen V is dead, wont respond to anything, try this, plug it in to the computer, hold the power switch in the on position, THEN trigger the reset button, worked like a charm for mine, I had thought it a lost cause." if that didn't work try thishttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22T_gkkZjmM&feature=related
If charging by USB is not charging your player enough to even be able
to power up, then you're going to have to get hold of an AC wall
charger that plugs into the ZVM's round DC-IN jack (on the sync
adapter). PSP chargers work perfectly, if you have one. Let it charge
for a few hours this way, then post back.