Tackle Microsoft Zune Mp3 Player Connectivity Issues With PC.

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Hello, I recently migrated from my Win XP to Win 7. Since then, my Microsoft Zune mp3 playeris trouble syncing properly with my PC. An error message “Can’t connect to PC. Make sure you are logged in.” is displayed each time I try to connect my player. Please help and thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #299022

Tackle Microsoft Zune Mp3 Player Connectivity Issues With PC.

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Hi. Performing a clean startup is a good way to solve your problem. It shows where the error exactly lies. To perform a clean startup, follow these steps:

  1. Click on “Start” and type “msconfig” in the Search box.
  2. Open “msconfig.” If admin password is required, type it out and click “Continue.”
  3. Under the “General” tab, click on “Selective Startup.” Uncheck “Load Startup Items” checkbox.
  4. On the “Services” tab, click to check the “Hide all Microsoft Services” checkbox and select “Disable All.”
  5. Click “OK” to restart your PC.

If the problem isn’t solved, then uninstalling and re-installing the Microsoft Zune mp3 player is another way to go about it.

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Tackle Microsoft Zune Mp3 Player Connectivity Issues With PC.

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That’s probably because of the software you used to synchronize your MP3 player with your computer. Like in iOS devices, they need iTunes to synchronize their iPhone and other iOS devices to their computer. With Microsoft Zune MP3 Player, you also need software to do the synchronization, the Zune software.

If the previous software works pretty well with your old Windows XP, you probably just need to upgrade it too just like when you upgraded your Windows XP to Windows 7. Download Zune Software 4.8. This is currently the latest software for your MP3 player and it should fix the synchronization problem. It supports Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.

It requires 1 GHz or faster 32-bit or 64-bit processor, 1 GB RAM for 32-bit and 2 GB RAM for 64-bit, and broadband internet connection.

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