Re: ZUNE DRIVER
The Zune player was released long before it was ready. Microsoft has even
stated that they didn't expect large sales because the services weren't
ready yet. I think they just wanted it out before Vista or before
Christmas; who knows.
The large screen is cool, but of limited value when there's not much to
display on it. Other than that, I can't think of a single reason to buy a
"Janae Phillips" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> That is strange. I also have Windows Vista and received a Zune for my
> Valentine's gift from my hubby (probably more for him then me). My Zune
> player seems to be working ok and has not requested I download a new
> driver. Did you manage to figure out the problem yet? Please let us know
> if you do just in case we eventually have the same problem.
> On another subject about Zune,
> Do you know why Microsoft does not have videos for us to purchase or
> download from the Zune Marketplace? I have this amazing Zune player to
> play videos on but no compatible place to add them to my Zune. Also, the
> advertisements say iTunes music can transfer to Zune but only a few of my
> songs transferred. What is worse it that my iTunes video's cannot be
> transferred to my Zune either. I had an iPod mini and planned on getting
> the Video version but decided to go with Zune since I just purchased a new
> PC laptop. Anyone have suggestions on how to get movies without getting
> all those converters that I don't know are even legal?
> "Beau" <Beau@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>I just upgraded from XP to Vista premium and now my zune software on my
>> computer does not recognize my zune device when attached. It says I need
>> download the software driver. I try to do it and it is not found. Under
>> device manager my Zune is listred as an unkown device. I have tried just
>> about everyhting. Any help would be great.