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Creative Zen Nano Plus - "Delayed Write Failed"
Mac Dude 
11/6/08 7:43:21 PM
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My son has a Creative Zen Nano Plus and went to change the music. The PC recognised the device when it was plugged in, but any interaction with it would cause applications or explorer to hang.

I tried the MP3 Recovery Tool but this also hung.

Eventually you get a warning from the systray saying "Delayed Write Failed".

I've googled and found others with the problem, but no solutions.

The Nano Plus does not have a reset button :(

Any ideas?

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Jeruselem 
12/6/08 3:39:47 PM
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Means the flash on the MP3 is failing, "delayed write failed" means Windows was unable to write data to the MP3 player.

Could also mean the MP3 player lost USB connection to the PC as well.


Edited by Jeruselem: 12/6/2008 3:44:32 PM

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Mac Dude 
13/6/08 1:23:33 PM
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thanks dude, I was wondering about that.

It can play the songs ok, but you just can't see them from the PC or change them :(

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Jeruselem 
13/6/08 2:08:38 PM
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Try it from another computer. You could have dodgy USB ports or some USB mobo driver issues.


Edited by Jeruselem: 13/6/2008 02:08:55 PM

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PC 1: XP Home SP2, Opty 165 @ 1.8Ghz, GEIL 1GB PC3200, 320 SATA Cuda ES, XFX 9600GSO 580/700x2/1450, Seasonic Energy S12+ 550W
Notebook: XP Pro SP3, T5600 @ 1.83Ghz, 2x512MB PC5400, 100Gb SATA, X1700 256/512MB

Mac Dude 
23/6/08 8:30:56 AM
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yep, I've tried it from a few pc's with no luck.

Time for a new one...

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