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Firmware problem I turn on player, it says rebuilding library. A minute later it says FIRMWARE PROBLEM and it shuts off. I can't play any songs. Can it be fixed, what should I do? when on my mp3 player,it is saying firmware problem and i could not play the songs,it is showing to format

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  • aliwalker Feb 25, 2009

    my computer won't recognize it so i cant upload the firmware to it

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I would try plugging it in to your comp and see if it is recognized. if so i would reload the firmware:
http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/FIRMWARE/Creative/Creative-ZEN-V-Plus-Firmware-1-32-01e.shtml

I hope this helps :)

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