Discussions board like ZuneUser.com, ZuneScene.com and Zune.net offer first-hand accounts of the problems with Microsoft's music player. It seems the Zunes reboot, then freeze once the status bar reaches 100 percent.
Some are calling it the "Z2K" problem, playing off the infamous Y2K bug that many thought would throw the computing industry in chaos at the beginning of the century when dates changed from 1999 to 2000. That's because the problem seems to have started at exactly midnight PST Wednesday -- the first moments of the last day of 2008.
I bought a 30 gig zune a year ago, and after 3 months the thing deleted its own drivers so no computer would recgonize it. After that I just stay with my ipod 120g classic. Wonder if I can claim my zune failure due to this date bug and get my money back.
i knew that bombshelter would be good for something.
….Umm…It’s a Microsoft product that in itself is sufficient reason for mass failure; they build sh’t.
we must travel south to escape the primary blast waves-(in Austrian, German accent)
I didn't make it!
Is there anything microsoft makes that doesn't break after use?
I've thrown my Xbox360 controller a few times trough the room (it's wireless, so it flies far) and it doesn't brake. :)
nanobot_swarm;4749326Is there anything microsoft makes that doesn't break after use?[/QUOTE] I think they make paper or something.
[QUOTE=super6-4;4749209]we must travel south to escape the primary blast waves-(in Austrian, German accent)
Primary blast ZONES. Not "waves"
I'm glad i went with the ipod and not the zune.....(i hate apple so much)
i've got a fake Ipod 8gb --> sucks :-(
(Maybe i should buy a real one :p )
Kendall2000;4749586I'm glad i went with the ipod and not the zune.....(i hate apple so much)
Yeah same here.