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Microsoft KB Archive/927275

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Article ID: 927275

Article Last Modified on 4/25/2007


  • Zune Digital Media Player
  • Zune software


When you connect your Zune device to a computer that is running Zune Software, the Zune display backlight is automatically set to its lowest possible setting instead of remaining at the full setting.


The backlight is set to dim when the Zune device is connected to a computer to help make sure that the Zune device is always receiving sufficient power for synchronizing. This setting is used because you cannot interact with the Zune device when it is connected.


  1. When you disconnect the Zune device or you stop Zune Software from running after you finish synchronizing, the backlight on the Zune device automatically returns to its previous setting.


For more information about interacting with the Zune device when it is connected to a computer, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

926165 After you connect your Zune device to a computer, your Zune device synchronizes and remains connected but you cannot interact with your Zune device


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