#1
So i got one of these today. I've charged it up but now it wont turn on . I do as the manual says and hold the switch but the screen just doesn't come on. By the way its a Zen Vision:M if that helps. Any help would be appreciated.
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#2
I have a Zen Micro-photo that freezes up during startup at times. I just take out the battery and put it back on and it starts up fine. Try doing that.
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#3
product recall possibilities?

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#4
I got one quite recently also, I only have had some issues with importing stuff, not with starting up. It's true it takes a while for it to activate, but it shouldn't take THAT long tbh.
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#5
There is a very small hole with a reset button at the bottom (next to the cable plug).
Push it with a needle, and see if something happens then.
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#6
might just be that the lock is on. Make sure the lock switch is set to unlocked.
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might just be that the lock is on. Make sure the lock switch is set to unlocked.


Creative Zen uses an Off/On/Lock switch, so it's impossible to leave it on if you try to activate your zen.
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