Zune crash explained

Zune Crash Explained
As early as yesterday evening, reports of 30GB Zunes crashing began to surface on Microsoft support forums and gadget blogs. Haven’t you heard? All Microsoft 30GB Zune crashed as 2009 approached. Now Microsoft is explaining what really happened why the Zune crashed.

According to Microsoft this was caused by a bug in the internal clock driver related to the way the device handles a leap year. How whack is that? Now they are saying that the music player’s issue should be resolved over the next 24 hours as the time change moves to January 1, 2009. Good Luck all you Zune owners right now I am glad I am a iPod owner.

One Reply to “Zune crash explained”

  1. Guys come ON. The devices were out of it for just ONE DAY and everybody gets into the whole “OH boy, typical Microsoft!” routine. We’ve heard it before, and the majority is just not with you on this one. Vista was released much too early, yes, but today it’s shaped up into a decent OS and one I’d still take over Apple. The 360 is a mess, but Microsoft fixes every defective system for free. And it’d be cool if the DVICE crew could say a little more about this Zune “bug”, because as of this morning virtually every Zune went back to normal. I know mine did. I’ve had mine for 2 years now and this is the first hiccup it’s ever hit on the hardware end. Try and tell me that iPod owners can say the same on a regular basis, I beg you.

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