uh why does the image say zune-color-negro?
Id call it brown personally
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So an official logo is not usable as it is trademarked? If i drew a logo out in paint would it then be fair use? Wouldnt MS want us to identify their products with their logos? The above rationale seems like something the US govt would come up with. (we want you to identify us but not call us by our names!)
Much of the "Recent Firmware Issues" section makes no sense starting with "firmware". That term (firmware) is rather vague to begin with but the section goes on to alternately blame the problem on upgradeable software ("stems from 3.1 update") and then hardware ("Microsoft left it to Toshiba"). Even worse, there's no reference for the Toshiba comment. (The "" after that sentence is not an active link - probably just left over from where someone copied it from.) In any case, the statement that MS stated the issue is that "Zune 30s were not programmed to recognize ...") is misleading. What it should say is something more like "It's a bug; the software does the wrong thing when handling the last day of a leap year." Donlibes (talk) 18:24, 1 January 2009 (UTC)
I have a Zune 30 GB with a (new) software issue, and its not the firmware, its the new software (4.0), I have previously updated the firmware multiple times but now when i try to update it from the new software it tells me that the device cannot be updated. I have cleared the device (of both content and firmware) and it still refuses to update the device. I have tried on multiple PCs also. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 18:57, 3 February 2010 (UTC)
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