Zen Vision M Problem - Painfully slow transfer speeds

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  1. RwArms1

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    Hi


    Can anyone help me with a problem ??

    I finally took the plunge and switched from IPOD to creative vision M but i am having lots of trouple with the creative player.

    the main problem is actually getting tracks onto the player, i find it painfully slow and about 70% of the time the transfer is failing, it is taking about 15 mins to transfer an album.

    i am using usb 2.0 so i think it should be quicker than that, i have tried transfering using the supplied creative software and also napster to go but still very slow.

    i dont think its the speed of the pc as its quite high spec.

    if anyone can give me any help i would appreciate it !!

    Rob
     
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    Switched to Zen? Commiserations :devil:

    Are these DRM'd tracks we're talking about or just regular ones?
     
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    yes they are DRM Tracks , is anyone else having the same problem ?
     
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    It will be very slow. It's the way the Windows Media transfer works unfortunately in checking licenses, but to compound that the Creatives along with iRiver to a lesser extent seem to be especially slow and buggy in the transfer process. I've had the best luck with Samsung but still it's not exactly what you could call fast.
     

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