The Zune software runs only on 32-bit Windows XP or 32-bit/64-bit Windows Vista/Windows 7. Windows XP Professional x64 Edition is not supported. Have you found a solution, please advise. Android Central Connectedly CrackBerry iMore Windows Central Tesla Central VR Heads MrMobile Feels good Review of Microsoft?s Surface Ergonomic Keyboard Windows Central Offers! Thank you. check over here
Anyone got any ideas? Reply nick (Post author) November 21, 2008 at 13:49 $250 gets me a 120GB Zune or an 8GB iPod Touch, and I can't justify spending $450 to get the 32GB iTouch. To fix the problem, try the following solutions: Make sure that your computer is running one of the following operating systems: Windows 7 and Windows 8 (all editions) Windows Vista (all Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Author * Email * Website © 2016 Zxian's Blog Theme by Anders Noren — Up ↑ Zune software From Wikipedia,
Reply Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Princess Leia08 Member Posts 1 Posts 10-17-2015,09:55 PM #7 I had Windows 7 Ultimate before the Windows 10 Upgrade. Error opening installation log file. Try plugging the Zune in to your computer or an AC adapter. any other operating system- now that I've had the time to play with it.
Reply zxian (Post author) June 16, 2014 at 11:59 Sorry, the path name got mangled at some point. Ever since whenever I try to launch Zune software it gets stuck at the logo / loading screen. Error: “Microsoft Update is required” When you try to install the Zune software, you may receive one of following error messages: Microsoft Update is required Microsoft Update is required in order Zune Update Error C00d133c Caution: This will erase everything on your Zune, so be sure to back up anything that won't get resynced from the Zune software.
Works fine on wp10. Zune Firmware Update I know this is an older post. You're going to have to replace the ZunePackage47.exe with ZunePackage.exe as that version is old now. I have 2 of them.
You might try a web search on how to disable your antivirus software. Microsoft Zune Has Stopped Working Windows 7 The exchange rate is one United States dollar to 80 Microsoft points. Get help from the community Ambassador chat Chat one on one with a fellow Xbox User who wants to help. On Windows 8: From the Start screen, start typing “command” and when the Command Prompt icon appears, right click it.
Archived from the original on February 2, 2012. permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]CASIOF91W[S] 0 points1 point2 points 10 months ago(0 children)Unfortunately I havent seen that error before, but I can tell you the steps I followed to get zunesoftware to work on my system. Microsoft Zune Has Stopped Working Windows 10 Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista To obtain the latest updates for Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows Vista, go to Microsoft Knowledge Base article 949104 and install Windows Update Zune Software Update If you can’t upgrade your antivirus software, try switching the verifier that scans incoming files.
Order your limited edition Creators t-shirt today! check my blog I had the same issues, my was not recognized by Zune. Songs downloaded using Zune Pass are provided in WMA format at 192kbit/s and are restricted by DRM. How to Fix the Zune Marketplace Jazzfan80's "How to Install your Zune Firmware without Microsoft Servers" BenjaminGordonT's "How to Install your Zune Firmware without Microsoft Servers (Video)" Zune HD Apps Thorlord's Zune Error Code C00d133c
Note: "C:\Program Files" is the default location for the Zune Music + Video software. Try this community option, below. Delete the contents of the DRM folder – NOT the folder itself. http://tekspotting.com/zune-software/zune-software-not-working-on-windows-8.html Sorry for the extremely slow response, I must have missed the notification that I had a reply.
I think I'm having a different issue. Zune Error C00d133c To do this, go to Microsoft Knowledge Base article 949104. Again, many thanks to cluberti for fixing a problem that I would have had no clue where to even begin looking.
I hate using iTunes (It might work well in OSX, but it's terrible in Windows), and working third party support for the iPod is somewhat lacking. Error Code: 0x80070656 To resolve this problem, follow these steps: In Windows 8: From the Start screen, type Run, click or tap Run under the Apps category in the right-hand menu, These errors can happen when software components or updates are required by the Zune software for installation, but they aren't available on your computer or included in the basic download. Reinstall Zune Software Media center showdown Kodi or Plex: Which media server is best?
Temporarily disable your antivirus software. The songs can be played on up to 3 Windows PCs and on up to 3 other Zune-compatible devices, but cannot be burned to an audio CD. In October 2010, certain Zune Marketplace content became available in additional countries in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australasia. have a peek at these guys To protect your privacy, please do not include contact information in your feedback.
Note: If you are running a pre-release version of Windows 7 (build 7600 or earlier), you must update to the released version of the operating system. My software seems to function perfectly apart from the "Can't Play" error I get when I boot up the software. I miss Zune. For whatever reason, it looked like the request for my local DRM key was failing.
Redirecting your audio control panel to use the intended speakers may allow your Zune software to function as intended. Pluto TV PLUS7 Popcornflix PPTV RTÉ Player Rutube SchoolTube ShowMax Sky Go Sohu Sony LIV Spirit Show Network Spuul Starlight Networks Steam Streamworks International STV Player SVT Play TalkTalk TV Tank My friend cluberti from the MSFN Forums is far more versed in debugging Windows applications than I am, so I asked for some help in figuring out what was going wrong. Sometimes on my home system Windows 10 will incorrectly detect my second monitor as an audio output (don't ask me why).
reconnected my phone via the USB and voila it worked! To access your computer folders in Windows 8, start typing computer from the Start screen. In Windows XP: Click Start, click Run, type C:\Program Files\Zune in the Start Search box, and then click OK.