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Help needed for old Zen Xtra Nomad Jukebox


firegamp

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I was recently given a Cyberlink 60gb Zen Xtra Nomad Jukebox, by the daughter of a late friend of mine. It seems to be a sort of early Walkman, complete with belt-clip.I have the power connector and have charged its battery to capacity, but there are no discs etc for subsidiary/additional facilities. Is it still possible to obtain the necessary items? Cyberlink does not list it and because there are no products to be chosen for the boxes on the help form its technical department says it can't answer queries. It seems like a really solid, efficient piece of equipment which already has a fairly large music library. One problem is that I'm not sure how to download new material or play it on anything but headphones or small box speakers. The number on its back panel is DAP-HD0011. Thanks for any help you might be able to give. firegamp

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ams4127

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Have you tried putting "Zen Xtra Nomad Jukebox" into Google? There are many threads to do with it there. Even shows one for sale at Amazon for $299!

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canarieslover

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You will find that is a Creative product and there are downloads available on their website under the Support heading. Creative support

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