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Taking Music OFF an MP3 Player

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Adrian Anansi

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I've got a Creative Zen:Vision:M and a while ago our main computer broke down and the only thing that had my music stored was my Zen. While I was able to transfer most of the music off, there are many albums/songs that for some reason did not make the transfer. I've had various problems along the way, from Vista's inexplicable shutting down of manual transfers, to Creative's own music program being unable to identify the Zen, and I've never quite found a way to easily take the music off the Zen. I was wondering if anyone knew of any programs that could assist in this venture. I thought MediaMonkey would do it, but it sadly did not.
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Try and get on to an XP machine to avoid the Vista problems for this task. Then copy the files on the XP machine to a USB flash drive or CD-R so you can transfer them to your own Vista PC.
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