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Old 07-12-2008, 01:42 PM
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Perhaps corrupt firmware may be the cause. To rule it out, you can boot into Recovery Mode and select Reload Firmware which will erase the currently installed firmware (in case the corruption carry's over to the new firmware load). Then connect it to the computer to install a fresh firmware version. Make sure you have a good connection with the computer before doing this because if you don't, no firmware will render your Zen unable to boot normally (except into Recovery Mode). Maybe worth a shot.
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