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    Re: zen micro driver for windows 7 64bit?

    ( if your zen micro has been upgraded with the latest firmware on windows xp, it can be detected by windows vista or windows 7.

    you can go to recovery mode to do clean up to get rid of the corrupted link in the memory to have a try.

    clean up in recovery mode will not erase the songs, but the format all option will delete all the contents like the format via windows explorer.

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    Re: zen micro driver for windows 7 64bit\

    You can find instructions for accessing recovery /rescue mode. here. http://forums.creative.com/showthread.php?t=208 Charge the battery before you do the Cleanup>Reboot. ONLY do that nothing eles & cleanup will NOT erase your music files from the player. One more thing have you tried opening Windows Media Player on the WIN 7 while the player is connected?
    Last edited by KokChoy-XCL-; 10-28-2011 at 10:57 AM.

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    Re: zen micro driver for windows 7 64bi?

    thx a lot evey finally after installing the last frimwere v2.20.05 my problem was solved and I can run and sycronize my creative zen on windows 7 thx a lot ....

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    Re: zen micro driver for windows 7 64bi?

    about the version it was ZenMicroP4S_PCFW_L6_2_2_02.exe not 20 the one that made my mp3 works
    you can find it over here
    http://support.creative.com/download...ownloadId=9304
    its works just fine with me
    Last edited by KokChoy-XCL-; 10-28-2011 at 10:57 AM.

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    Re: zen micro driver for windows 7 64bi"

    Achmed wrote:
    about the version it was ZenMicroP4S_PCFW_L6_2_2_02.exe not 20 the one that made my mp3 works
    you can find it over here
    http://support.creative.com/download...ownloadId=9304
    its works just fine with me
    Glad to see it's working for you now
    Last edited by KokChoy-XCL-; 10-28-2011 at 10:58 AM.

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    Re: zen micro driver for windows 7 64bi?

    Before i start, I have to admit that I'm very much a noob! I'm on Windows 7, 64bit OS.

    I downloaded http://support.creative.com/download...ownloadId=9304 and tried to install it, even though my Zen Micro player is connected it says it's not connected or atleast not being recognized anyways. I believe the firmware that I'm running is V.0.03.

    Is there any point in me trying to "go to recovery mode to do clean up to get rid of the corrupted link in the memory"? Or do I need to go to another method to try and transfer files onto my creative?

    Thanks for any help.
    Last edited by KokChoy-XCL-; 10-28-2011 at 10:58 AM.

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    Re: zen micro driver for windows 7 64bi

    BeckP wrote:
    Before i start, I have to admit that I'm very much a noob! I'm on Windows 7, 64bit OS.

    I downloaded http://support.creative.com/download...ownloadId=9304 and tried to install it, even though my Zen Micro player is connected it says it's not connected or atleast not being recognized anyways. I believe the firmware that I'm running is V.0.03.

    Is there any point in me trying to "go to recovery mode to do clean up to get rid of the corrupted link in the memory"? Or do I need to go to another method to try and transfer files onto my creative?

    Thanks for any help.
    You can't reload the firmware on WIn7 It must be on XP /Sp2 / WMP0.
    Last edited by KokChoy-XCL-; 10-28-2011 at 10:58 AM.

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    Re: zen micro driver for windows 7 64bit?

    Thanks for the quick reply coachop94. So does this essentially mean that there's no way for me to transfer music onto my Zen Micro? I'm pretty desperate, so I'm willing to do whatever it takes!


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    Re: zen micro driver for windows 7 64bit?

    No that does not mean you won't be able to put music on it. It means you will have to do more to get it working since you are using a 64 bit OS

  10. #20

    Re: zen micro driver for windows 7 64bit?

    See my post in this forum. You basically need to get your player's firmware updated using a WinXP computer to version 2.2.02 then you can simply plug it in to your Win7 64-bit system with no troubles.

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