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Post them here, I will try to help. Don't connect the MP3 player until the driver is installed and the PC is rebooted !!!!!! -> (1) Download : Creative ZEN and Jukebox Driver 2.01.00 (see the link at the This update includes:Windows XP certified drivers for NOMAD Jukebox 3/2 and Zen USB 2.0. Cheers and thanks again! http://asmwsoft.net/creative-nomad/creative-nomad-jukebox-3-drivers.html

Reply Baird says: October 14, 2008 at 2:29 pm I tried multiple time to get this to work with no luck. It is on creative .com or around the globe just google it. I guess I'm in the market for a new (non-Creative) mp3 player. I am still a fan of creative hardware but quite dissapointed how they treated existing owners.

Creative Nomad Jukebox 3 Driver For Windows 7

As my last try to use jukebox zen was on Seven build 7077 and i had issues to get it work correctly. All Rights Reserved. Thank you so, so, so much. Thanks again!

Reply James Wann says: June 23, 2008 at 12:49 am Worked for my Micro, though a couple of things were done differently, but it was these fantastic guidelines that even got Creative labs themselves are struggling and they may soon be end of life themselves, as they struggle to reinvent and diversify themselves.  With apple owning so much of the mp3 market It works just perfect. will not be displayed in the grid, however they *will* be transfered correctly to the Jukebox.

MS OS is like a snake eating its tail. I also use the 3rd party ‘notmad’ product by ‘redchairsoftware', and it requires the creative driver to be installed and working 1st. Anyone have any suggestions? http://www.techspot.com/drivers/driver/file/information/1763/ Posted: March 10, 2007 in Entertainment, gadgetry 82 20 August 2010 hi folks I won't be updating this much more, but still interesting that I do seem to still get visits

Just remember, I am not using anything other than Creative's own software to get it to work with vista. Far Cry 2) … … The new personnal folder management (as libraries) is awesome … … At first glance, windows seven looks very much like Vista but after a little time It extracted the files and then a pop up titled "CMS Web Installer" came up and Said something along the lines of "Setup Unable to Detect a Supported Product" Then gave And voila, check your explorer, it should hopefully recognise the Zen Touch like windows xp would.

Creative Nomad Jukebox Zen Xtra Driver Windows 7

If that does not work, boot your computer up in safe mode with command promt. http://nomadsync.sourceforge.net/ Reply AK AGABA says: May 10, 2011 at 1:41 am Nid driver for Nomad Jukebox Zen NX (30GB) on Win7 32-bit system Thanks Reply E-Dawg says: August 26, 2011 at 5:07 Creative Nomad Jukebox 3 Driver For Windows 7 http://mrinternet.wordpress.com/2007...ether-finally/ Hope it helps. WORLDWIDE SUPPORTUnited States of America Visit your Region/Country Africa Asia Europe Middle East North America Oceania South America Support > Search All Downloads Related LinksBack To Support HomeSelect Another ProductDiscussion ForumsHome

Support for such products is limited to online materials, such as Knowledgebase Solutions, drivers, application updates and product documentations available on the Creative Customer Support website. see here So I have to start this quickly to say I was a Zen fan boy, from the original hi-tech 8-bit PC soundcards, other incarnations of mice, and yes MP3 players. Now they Have W7. You'll get a key from microsoft (valid till the 1st October 2009) to activate Windows seven and access windows update.

Also, the Linux driver supports the Dell Digital Jukebox ("Dell DJ"). Windows explorer sees it as a drive and Windows Media Player will sync to it. You can change the default actions for each type of item from the configuration dialog: When you close the dialog box, all items for the current search will then be changed. this page Microsoft did fail in making driver compatibility available early enough for hardware manufactures to react and were not clear enough that hardware manufacturers would need to be proactive for the 1st

Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.8Copyright ©2000 - 2017, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. this is truly shocking behaviour by Creative though! I have recently spoken to Creative Labs and Redchair Software (or at least tried).

I think I have bigger problems.

Creative Links for Drivers, Mediasource 5 and the jukebox plug'in for mediasource: Here is the Main link for creative worldwide support for limited support product : http://support.creative.com/Products/product_list.aspx?catID=213&CatName=MP3+Players# (there you can choose Reply henry says: May 27, 2007 at 9:05 pm How about Nomad Jukebox 3 anyone got a work round for that in Vista Reply Iman says: July 8, 2007 at 11:35 This mean that the support of the these (if there ever was any) Is all but capture. It hanged around 72% for me, no biggy, open your task manager and shut the installer off. 4)Before rebooting, install Notmad explorer.(I installed only the Zen touch part of it.

All rights reserved Site Map | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Copyright & Trademarks WORLDWIDE SUPPORTUnited States of America Visit your Region/Country Africa Asia Europe Middle East North America There won't be any jukebox icon in the taskbar anymore !!!! -> (6) Managing the Nomad jukebox zen with winamp. This is probably because I have the play for sure firmware (2.10.3) installed on the Xtra. http://asmwsoft.net/creative-nomad/creative-nomad-jukebox-drivers-xp.html The user can control the synchronisation process completely.

I would really appreciate any help that anyone can give. I was sure I will need to by new one (forsure not creative's… fuck them for the way they treat their customers) Thanks a lot… It's working great. This is shown, of course by looking for drivers for the older products, where it shows it is not supported by vista. Reply walt says: November 25, 2007 at 2:31 pm I got a new computer this week with Vista.

It had been discussed that Creative would make the Zune for Microsoft and that also did not happen. Reply Luke says: November 17, 2008 at 12:21 pm Hi: Thanks for the great directions. I then pointed windows to the "c:\program files\creative" directory and finaly, Vista accepted the "legacy" driver. After I tried so many drivers, applications and did such a big research, finnally I found this simple and genius solution.

Maybe nice to know , that I am from the Netherlands and you are from Australia……see how people crossing the globe can help each other!!! If you see any features that would improve the program you can also post them in the forum. For a faster email response you can now email me here @ [email protected] (be nice I hate spammers) Hello folks, Nice to see this is still working Then using my old Creative disc for installing tMedia Source…and also no prob.

For now i won't try Creative Mediasource (+ jukebox plugin). Bingo, Vista accepted the driver and what's more it appeared as a connected device in Computer view.