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Ain't that great? After the formatting is complete, make sure that you stop your player before disconnecting it from your PC. Make sure to read the FAQ post. And i bought mine about a week ago. check over here

I can see no sign of the drivers under the device driver although, not always, the PC pops up a message saying 'do i want to organise'. The message "Backup Code" should appear on the display. Hence, device manager tells me that they aren't installed at all, and Playcenter tells me that the Nomad is disconnected. Erases all content! https://forums.techguy.org/threads/problem-with-disconnecting-my-nomad-zen.278801/

All contents in the player will be lost when you install a new firmware"? -- How can I back up when I can't access it's And surely, I don't want to randahan, Sep 28, 2004 #1 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Find all posts by megaprogman Tags 30gb, connecting, gnomad2, mp3, nomad, player, problems, xtra, zen « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear Mode

  1. I'm running short of ideas!
  2. The following message should be displayed on the screen - "..The formatter utility has detected that your MuVo unit in Media Recovery Mode..." When the LED on the MuVo lights red,
  3. The general idea is to put gigs and gigs of music on this thing, and having to burn all my MP3s onto CDs and copy them over to his hard-drive (which
  4. Remove the paper clip from the Reset hole and hold down the STOP button.
  5. new Nomad Zen Extra and Dell 3000 running XP SP2 52mb ram 40gb dri've.
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  7. You've probably looked around already and realized you're about the 400th person at least to experience this problem after upgrading.
  8. Missing Songs on Nomad Jukebox Zen Xtra - 40GB.
  9. Reload OS/ Firmware Caution!

Afterwards, the computer detected it and installed the drivers as it should. mmalyszko, Mar 31, 2006 #7 breticles Member Joined: Sep 30, 2005 Messages: 26 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 11 all you do is replace the hdd, hook it up throgh USB, I don't know what to do. XP - no drivers or software needed" (I have WMP0.00.00.4036 installed).

Download four files: Jukebox Driver version .26.02 Creative MediaSource Software Update version 2.03.29 NOMAD JukeBox Type 2 Version .0.03 (English) Web Release Creative NOMAD Explorer (Version 3.0.0) 9) While these are distortion5 wrote: Sometimes when I fast-forward tracks, the Zen Xtra freezes and the only way to recover it is to press the reset button or to take out the battery and Erases your player's firmware. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/nomad-jukebox-zen-60gb-help.7611/ and now my device manager informs me that I have no drivers for this device.

Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. Finally, after a day of trying new drivers, running cleanup, etc. Push the end of a pin-like object (for example, a straightened paper clip) into the reset hole, press gently and remove. Reboot Reboots the device. 7.

Right-click on the player and select Format. My battery ran down during a sync, then I was unable to sync again. Go back to Step #5. 6.) Run the playforsure firmware upgrade, ZenXtraP4SAudible_PCFW_LB_2_10_03.exe . 7. Join the community here.

Nomad Zen Xtra 40gb Hiss prob Hey all Recently I noticed that the player produces some sort of background hiss. http://macland.net/problem-with/problem-with-lsp.php FYI, I also had to download the latest Adaptec APSI driver as well so CDex would work. I also won't be paying for any more Creative products after seeing all the problems others have had with no help from Creative. Maybe someone can help me with this issue?You are welcome to post suggestions in comment section or in my thread in Creative forum:http://forums.creative.com/t5/MP3-Pla...

Format (All) Caution! I then restarted my computer, went into the device manager, plugged my player in so that the device (still with the exclamation point on it) could be pulled up. I installed my drivers, then connected the device :] Sep 13, 2003 #5 Tundra TS Rookie Topic Starter Yeah, I hadn't connected it yet when I installed the drivers. this content I need to get the Software on my new puter for my NOMAD ZEN XTRA 30GB MP3 Player.Namely I guess the Creative MediaSource and it's amazing Organizer.Any links or steps in

Recently, I went to turn on my player and notice it saying ?rebuilding library?. Auslander, Feb 28, 2006 #3 omfg Member Joined: Mar 12, 2006 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 11 dude its the same problem with me, only i don't know what Stay logged in Sign up now!

But now it works.

Trying to sync through WMP does nothing. Press and hold (for 2 seconds) the REC button to select Full Format. Nomad IIc ( reset) Disconnect the player from your PC. You may also...

Remove the battery. I think this is because when WMP rounds up to display the bitrate, it uses the 024 rule, so k bitrate is actually 024 bitrate, and CMSO just displays full bitrate or your motherboard mft. have a peek at these guys Message Edited by koushirou on 2-05-2004 09:22 AM So, this is an old thread, but I never did get around to buying my nomad.

Format (All) Caution! Disconnect the MuVo from your PC and, whilst holding down the PLAY button, re-insert it into the battery pack. they told me that my player was too old. God bless you, Klangboy Aug 1, 2004 #9 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies.

For more information on removing the battery, see Removing and Inserting the Battery. I think maybe that the soldering that is keeping the headphone jack on the circuit board is messed up or disconnected. Register All Albums FAQ Today's Posts Search Hardware & Laptops Help with your hardware, including laptop issues Google™ Search FedoraForum Search Red Hat Bugzilla Search
Search Forums Show Threads When the format is complete, click on the Start button in the MuVo Media Format tab, to once again format the unit.

pabloce, Oct 24, 2006 #20 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4 5 Next > Share This Slide the On/Off/Lock switch towards the power on signal and hold until the display lights up. They said something about installing and completing the firmware update, your player will be using the PlaysForSure software, but on the same sentence he/she says "However you will need to do i emailed support.

To reset the player, gently insert a thin object into the Reset hole located below the power switch. Program starts OK but I had to turn off "Automatically read in jukebox contents on startup" so it didn't crash immediately. Thanks a lot! Maybe someone can help me out... ------- EMAIL SENT -------- Hi, I emailed the customer support a while ago and got a generic reply as how to reset my mp3 player's

Nomad Explorer can also set-up the playlists although I understand it is somewhat easier using the Creative software. I cant even go into the Rescue Mode. Erases your player's firmware. Reboot(Reboots the device) Creative Jukebox If you have a firmware version later than version 1.75 on your Creative Jukebox, then you may format the unit as follows: Ensure the Power adapter