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Sound only comes out of 1 speaker/earphone (creative Zen)

I can only get my Creatvive zen nomad to play music out of 1 speaker or headphone, creating distorted sounds. Anway I can fix this myself? Thanks,

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Hi skillhe...assuming you have tried a different pair of headphones with no success, let's start by updating the Firmware for your player, and also updating the Software for your PC. Click on the URL below to download and install the appropriate updates for your player and PC OS. http://us.creative.com/support/downloads/download.asp?MainCategory=213&nRegionFK=&nCountryFK=&nLanguageFK=&sOSName=Windows+XP®ion=1&Product_Name=NOMAD+Jukebox+3&Product_ID=296&modelnumber=&driverlang=1033&OS=10&drivertype=0&x=33&y=12 Please update your post with specifics of failure or success, and we can continue to work on your issue until we have corrected it......good luck my friend

Posted on Aug 03, 2007

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