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January 1, 2009 at 8:33 AM

Zune fix appears to have worked, Happy New Year!

Comments on this post at the official Zune Insider blog indicate that the 30-gigabyte Zunes that failed on Dec. 31 have come back to life today. One person wrote:

“Woke up this morning, plugged in my Zune, waited 5-6 minutes to get a charge. It booted, all my content is there, I watched a movie and life is back to normal. Happy New Year!”

Instructions for reviving a frozen Zune are here. Anyone else still experiencing problems?

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