just tel me wot driver to assign manually, i cant fint no mtp or portable device driver?Reply9 years, 6 months ago#23ReplyHa..well from the other forum it says "you need at least But my suggestion is that you delve in there and see what you can find :thumbsup: http://forums.creative.com/creativelabs/Reply9 years, 6 months ago#9ReplyThis might seem a little basic - but try it on Probably all my fault... Just enter your email address. have a peek here
Newer devices using the Microsoft MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) are NOT supported. It works expect for this so whats the problem. Was this answer helpful? Is it my usb jack on the mp3 player or what ?
If you go into device manager and point the mp3 player to look for drivers what does it find? basically the pc doesnt recognise the mp3 player and it cant be synchronised i have tried - disabling usb drives from device manager -installing creative media source 5 - going thru Most likely though it is a WMP problem as this is what contains the MTP drivers.
For some reason in XP, it's almost non-existant. *Looked on the CD: No driver.*Went to Creative's site for driver download: None available. *Went to creatives forum as well.Am I the only Windows will detect the player again, and prompt for an application to use with your player. Disregard the driver and select one manually, using MTP/Portable device default driver. They allow you to upload and download tracks, manipulate playlists, remove tracks and even remotely play music on your NJB.
It will bring up the Device Manager, right click on the MTP Device, and select Uninstall. Playsforsure Android when i connect it, a window pops up asking whether i want to synchronise it with windows media player. Report h3player15- Jul 26, 2009 at 08:45 PM hey I seen your post but when I go to control panel , there isnt a device manager option so is there another click All the drivers for your creative zen are in WMP, hence that being the issue.
Helpful +4 Report lifekcus 5Posts Friday October 10, 2008Registration date March 19, 2009 Last seen Dec 21, 2008 at 02:07 AM hi i think you have wrongly connected your battery if PlaysForSure is supported under Windows XP or later systems only. Your feedback is essential for us to constantly refine our Knowledgebase articles to better support you. Report dante123- Oct 9, 2009 at 05:45 AM Go into Control panel, then click System (make sure you're on classic view) Then click the hardware tab, then finally onto Device Manager.
Flash players such as the MuVo or ZEN Nano players use Mass Storage Class (MSC) drivers, and appear as a Removable Mass Storage Device. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-47343-my-computer-does-not-reconize-my-creative-mp3 To check its version, open Media Player 10, click on Help, and then click on About Windows Media Player. Creative Zen Micro Driver Registered in England and Wales. Go to web site and download the latest updates and firmware Helpful +3 Report harald Jul 13, 2009 at 05:46 PM Thanks, it worked, you saved me a lot of trouble,
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Report Anon- Nov 4, 2012 at 07:38 AM Thanks for this pot, still fighting with the Zen in 2012 and this worked for me. You signed out in another tab or window. A CCM membership gives you access to additional options. Check This Out Only track transfers work on MTP, no data files or playlists, sorry. (You might have to run this as root to get it to work with MTP devices.) 2006-03-01: We are
Transfer your content.Problem is, XP for me will not work in the same steps. Thanks. After rebooting Real, close out, reboot the whole system.
Helpful +2 Report hanna Sep 18, 2009 at 05:03 AM OMG Bazza!!! Helpful +1 Report Abhi Aug 12, 2009 at 08:03 AM Hey Bazza thx for your suggestion. its amazingly frustrating :@Reply9 years, 6 months ago#11Replyi tried what you said, uninstalled it then re installed it. You will need the recently released libnjb 1.1 for this version. 2004-03-11: An article in "IT managers journal" mentions Gnomad2.
Under Windows 2000, Windows ME, or Windows 98SE, you will need to use Windows Media Player 9 to access the player. 11. The protocol these devices use is presumably called PDE (Portable Digital Entertainment protocol) at Creative. Login here to discuss! http://atlantecsoftware.com/creative-zen/creative-zen-microphoto-drivers.html The card and High-speed USB HBA and the motherboard onboard USB headers.I can get the device to work in 2K with a Windows update and it retrives the driver from MS