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No sound I can only use the device as USB flash drive but not as a player. There is no sound coming out from the phone jack.

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  • vegaray Mar 20, 2008

    no sound from mp3 but will play in windows media playert

  • wesleysmetal Aug 18, 2008

    yeah i have the same problem, i cant play it on my computer, it will like, load it up and everything then when i go to play the songs...nothing happens. And the same thing when i go to use my headphones. nothing happens.

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Down load mp3 player recovery tool at
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When you buy a new Creative NOMAD MuVo, the flash drive comes with some files, if you have the original installation disk, I think tha you can restore that files and the player will works.

I have the same problem, but I lost the instalation Files and my Muvo does not have the files on it.

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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