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Hi. I just bought a Creative Zen Vision M player and installed it on my Dell Inspiron running Win XP. All the software works except for ZenCast Organizer. When I try to transfer my downloaded videos it crashes. I did a quick Google search of this problem and evidently it was triggered by Apple's QuickTime update to 7.2, which I have. The problem is at least a couple months old and nobody has fixed it that I can find. I was trying to find a copy of QuickTime 7.1 to see if that solved my problem but so far I can't find one that I trust or don't have to pay for. I went to add/remove programs and removed an apple software update but I don't know if it was for quicktime. It didn't help the problem.

Any ideas?

Thanks! :)
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Ok, here's a temporary fix i can think of. check your taskbar, if there is a quicktime icon, right click and exit, do this if you also see an itunes icon. try running zencast now.

I would recommend though to download an older version of quicktime from here:

http://www.oldversio...php?n=quicktime

(bookmark the page, it will come in handy)


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Thanks! Exiting Apple products didn't help, but replacing the QuickTime did. All is well now.
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No problem, just keep track of that webpage, because, newer doesn't mean better!


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