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Same problem ...not able to switch on .. :((

I thought I am alone :). Oh you are here. I am also having the same problem and looking for the soultion. My Creative Zen player was working well for quite sometime. It stopped switching on suddenly, When I was transfering the mp3 songs to player ...suring transfer my Explorer just hanged ..I thought removing USB connection and put it back will solve the problem. But I am not able to swicth on my mp3 player ... and my pc is not detecting my player. I tried to reset ..that also doesn't work. Pls inform me if you got a solution.

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  • Edwin james Jun 01, 2007

    Thanks for ur suggestion.
    I beleive battery is I am able to see the blue lights on when i rub my hands on the buttons while my player is connected to my USB.

    When I disconnect my player from USB , stil my button lights on... but it's dimmed.

    The prblem came only when I disconnect the player from USB when data transfer is in progress.
    Still looking for solution ....



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Well have you tried a new battery or it could be a faulty wire ! hope it helps ...

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