So he took it down to walmart and ask if they would excahnge the stick part and they did. For two days at least, my left ear headphone sound was gone and I had to push the plug it hard just to get it to work, now I doesn't even I was wondering if anyone could send me the Installation Cd by email or if i could go somewhere to download. These are the file names and versions of the driver and Firmware that i downloaded and used in the process from Creative website. have a peek at this web-site
Dead after nine months. I removed the Muvo and it was dead. I had the problem of "File System Error" coming up on my screen. Make sure you have installed the driver for the recovery mode device first.
Creative was none too sympathetic.....send it in and we'll replace the stick for $100. Songs were playing in reverse order, so I formatted it on my WinXP laptop as FAT32. Sanju Japan "Is your soul saved by HIM?" "HE can Recover You too." sanjuUnregistered guest Posted on Thursday, February 09, 2006 - 01:43 GMTfor more help, mail me at : "[email protected]" Be sure to select FAT or FAT 32, but not NTFS as the format option. ------------------ Note they tell you it's OK to use FAT32.
I appreciate all the advice people have posted. T Andrew New memberUsername: ProdigyPost Number: 1Registered: May-05 Posted on Saturday, May 21, 2005 - 17:03 GMTIf you have not solved the problem yet, try this. I selected "Format ALL" and this brought back the player with "NO MUSIC". I emailed creative and they said the device must be faulty.
ne help here Curse Creative Unregistered guest Posted on Monday, January 16, 2006 - 22:41 GMTHello i have a Creative MuVo Tx 128 mb the problem with my mp3 is same R. install this set of drivers first. http://support.creative.com/Products/ProductDetails.aspx?catID=213&subCatID=215&prodID=9672&prodName=MuVo+TX&subCatName=MuVo&CatName=MP3+Players Easy Driver Pro makes keeping your Creative-Labs MuVo TX FM MP3 Player Drivers For Windows 7 update to date so easy even a child can use it.
Please choose an option below. 1. It took a lot of screaming, ranting, raving, swearing, and about an hour to figure out what to do. does annyone no how to fix it? XP just ignored the format command, tried it in DOS, still no joy.
I own the Creative Muvo TX FM 1GB , and I've had a serious problem with it today. http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/FIRMWARE/Creative/Creative-Nomad-MuVo-TX-FM-firmware-11204.shtml Nothing shows up in my computer and I cannot add it as new hardware. I had lost my warranty information so I had to buy a new one. chopsUnregistered guest Posted on Saturday, September 17, 2005 - 06:38 GMTHi all, just had the same problem (file system error message & could not re-format my muvo n200) as being discussed
The answer in my case was formatting it as FAT, *not* FAT32, and definitely not NTFS. http://pspfull.com/creative-muvo/creative-muvo-slim-drivers.html Since then, my Muvo Memory key is completely dead. to see if you have the latest, most compatible device drivers installed. The second one I bought on eBay, and it has just done the same thing.
All Rights Reserved. how can i format the device if my computer doesent recognize it when i plug it in? Please Try it too... http://pspfull.com/creative-muvo/creative-muvo-nx-drivers.html i had the 1.02 and tried to upgrade to the 1.10.05.
Ansis New memberUsername: SisnabobPost Number: 1Registered: Apr-06 Posted on Sunday, April 16, 2006 - 04:00 GMTHi, My Muvo TX Fm won't turn on. what should i do? PS:I know I have bad english Senior Martoniki New memberUsername: MartonikiPost Number: 1Registered: May-06 Posted on Wednesday, May 31, 2006 - 10:30 GMTI have a certain solution for "file system error"
But, I got it to work. SpiralUnregistered guest Posted on Friday, July 15, 2005 - 18:55 GMTMY creative Muvo went dead last night, model: DAP-TD0001 64MB, i tried the FAT system, but now my pc keeps saying I've been trying to get it to work for a few days...MuVo sucks! From this website, you can find find almost drivers for the Dell, Acer, Lenovo, HP, Sony, Toshiba, AMD, NVIDIA, etc manufacturers.
you will need a usb extension for an easier way. pbowersUnregistered guest Posted on Friday, October 14, 2005 - 19:05 GMTBought a muvo n200 5 months ago for my wife. MuvoISGOODifWorkingUnregistered guest Posted on Friday, March 03, 2006 - 01:31 GMTMeh, my 256 Muvo TX went dead after 6 months, and i know i have the info and potential to fox http://pspfull.com/creative-muvo/creative-muvo-n200-drivers.html Today it wouldnt even turn on and I am back to square 1.
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