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Freezes on Logo

My creative zen micro photo 8gb,will turn on, but it wont pass the Creative Logo screen. I can get to the reboot area but thats bout it. I hear clicking from the touch pad and everything else but it just wont past that logo. What can I do??

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  • OneJah Nov 15, 2007

    my dell 5 gig comes on but freezes @ the logo,, reset does not work to get further. it will not go off until the battery dies. then when I plug it to the charger., the battery charges up again will not pass the log. the on off does not work.

  • LOCU Nov 17, 2007

    freezes on my logo

  • LOCU Nov 17, 2007

    freezes on logo

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2009

    dell 30 gig jukebox freezes on start up, won't go off till battery dies, reseting does no good.

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Odds are pretty good that the hard drive is messed up. This happened to me on 2 different zens. Can sent to Creative for repair, but if no warranty, then it would be easier to just buy a new one.

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