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Old 01-07-2009, 01:26 AM
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Unhappy Pc not detecting mtp devices (creative zen x-fi)

Hey people,

This is my first post ever, anywhere, so please be gentle as I'm sure I'll break some cardinal forum rule somewhere along the line

Having recently purchased a new 16gb Creative Zen X-Fi MP3 player, and getting over my initial "my-god-it's-so-pretty-no-more-listening-to-idiot-schoolkids'-mind-numbing-chatter-on-the-bus-for-me" period of joy, I'm this close to throwing my shoe at the closest computer.

After reformatting my computer several months ago, a little while after, I noticed my computer recognizing, but not being able to install, MTP devices. This first occurred one day when I plugged my Sony Ericsson phone into the dock beside my bed. But I thought, no matter, I have no trashy nights coming up in the near future so no need to worry about not being able to back up my phone - I'd deal with it later.

However this morning when my Creative MP3 player arrived, having owned Creative MP3 players before, I was anxious to install the software, plug it in and whip some tracks onto it before I left for work.

Sure enough, when plugging it in, it started charging, and in the bottom right hand corner of my screen a speech bubble came up saying it had found new hardware.... a Creative Zen X-Fi MP3 Player to be precise. Then it proceeded to tell me in the little speech bubble that it had also found an MTP device. My heart sank. Sure enough, just like my phone, the wizard opened up and asked me if I wanted to connect to the web to try to install this MTP device, I clicked yes, it said unable to install MTP device - file not found.

This makes me very sad.

So all day today I've been scouring the net to try to find out a way to manually do something, install a file, backdate my Media Player (I'm a little computer literate and picked up from forums that apparently WMP has something to do with Media Transfer Protocol), or reinstall windows (which i REALLY don't want to have to do) to fix this problem.

My PC has been able to install MTP devices before, and I'm at a loss as to why it's stopped now. If it helps I'm running WinXP SP3, and I'm always anal about the automatic updates and virus protection, the PC isn't a piece of crap, quad core, 4gb ram etc etc.

I've had a little look on the net when my phone wouldn't install, to no avail. I've been reading forum after forum all day, endured a pointless call to Microsoft that ultimately ended in them trying to pass the buck to my "3rd party peripherals" (don't you love when they do that?), and just finding it difficult to keep a smile on my face in the meantime.

Any help from you lot out in forumland would be muchly appreciated, and if you need any other info to help you help me in my quest for a musical bus ride just ask and I shall provide.

Thanks guys! Peace.
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Old 01-07-2009, 04:15 AM
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The MTP driver is a part of Windows Media Player11 re-install that see if that gets it working again.
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No worries I'll give that a go when I get home in about an hour thanks!!

I'll let you know how I go - I've read that alot of people are having this problem. If this solves it i'll owe you my sanity hehe
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...picked up from forums that apparently WMP has something to do with Media Transfer Protocol)
Yes, in order to get WinXP MTP compatible, WMP10 or WMP11 needs to be installed. The reason being is because WMP includes the Windows Media Framework (includes MTP) that WinXP needs to become MTP compliant. You don't have to use WMP, but you need to have it installed at least.

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My PC has been able to install MTP devices before, and I'm at a loss as to why it's stopped now.
Who really knows for sure. MTP is fairly easy to "break" within WinXP. The most common reason I've seen around here is because the person installs the Creative software in addition to Windows already being MTP compliant. The Creative software has a tendency to interfere when MTP is already installed.

I would take the advice coacho94 gave you and install (or reinstall if already installed) WMP11 to ensure MTP support is restored.

You also may want to check out the Zen FAQ sometime.
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Old 01-07-2009, 10:47 PM
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Hey forumland,

No luck I'm afraid. I spend about 6 hours last night getting to bed at about 5am trying everything. Uninstalling both Creative and Sony Ericsson software, rolling back WMP to 10 then back up to 11 including runtimes, downloading everything I could find on the Microsoft website in relation to MTP protocols and patches, uninstalling all USB ports and restarting my PC to let Windows pick them up again, and reinstalling my driver motherboard.

I tried finding the wpdmtp.inf file on my pc or whatever it's called and all I could find was the .dll file. Tried downloading the file and chucking it straigh on my desktop and forcing the install, still file not found.

I'm tired.


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so no more ideas from anyone? does this mean the thread is *gasp*

...dead?
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So, you've reinstalled WMP11? What's happening now when you plug in the Zen to the computer? Any audible notifications? How's the driver in Device Manager? Have you gone through the Troubleshooting portion of the Zen FAQ?
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Hey Bobby,

Yes I've reinstalled WMP11. When I plug it in I get a popup in the taskbar telling me that a Creative Zen is connected, then it detects MTP device, which can't be installed. In device manager it comes up under Portable Devices, as a Creative Zen, however has a yellow ! next to it. And yes all FAQ Troubleshooting has been followed.
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Old 01-10-2009, 05:55 PM
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How does the status report the reason for the error when looking at the properties of the driver in Device Manager?
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It tries to install the MTP device and can't because "file not found".
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In Device Manager, if you double click on the entry, you will see the properties of the Zen's driver. What does it report in the Device Status area?
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"Reinstall the drivers for this device. (Code 18)
To reinstall the drivers for this device, click Reinstall Driver."
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Old 01-13-2009, 09:29 AM
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It looks as though MTP is still not installed properly. If it were, the WPDMTP.INF file would be in the proper location and would install correctly if forced. I would try (in this order):

Before doing the steps below, make sure no Creative software is installed or all is uninstalled!

1. Uninstall (Right click and select Uninstall) the driver in Device Manager (with Zen connected).
2. Disconnect the Zen from the computer.
3. Boot the Zen into Recovery Mode and do a Cleanup to ensure the Zen's database is functioning correctly.
4. Follow this article to uninstall WMP11 and its runtimes.
5. If WMP reverts back to WMP10, uninstall it as well. This should take it back to WMP9, which is what WinXP came with. Then Reboot.
6. Reinstall/Install WinXP SP2 from here. Then Reboot.
7. Install WMP11 from here. Then Reboot.
8. Open Device Manager, plug in the Zen, and watch to see if the driver gets installed and loaded without error.

9. If the problem continues, you can then try reinstalling the UMDF (User-Mode Driver Framework), which is the driver platform in which MTP uses for its driver. Download here.
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Hey Bobby & Forumland,

No go I'm afraid. BUT, being of moderate, maybe a little above moderate computer literacy, and having tried (what I think) is EVERY solution out there on the web, and solutions listed in dozens of forums, I've ascertained that in my particular case, it's possible that third party MTP device managing software on my PC has corrupted the MTP device driver.

If anyone else is having this problem and feels like they've tried every solution out there and nothing works - REFORMAT YOUR COMPUTER!

It sounds like a cop out, and a MAJOR pain, however if I'd just spent the 5-6 hours last night reformatting my computer, if I'd done this about a month ago, instead of spending 30+ hours trying to find a solution, I'd still have my sanity. All those tears wasted, all those bottles of wine...

REFORMAT PEOPLE... that's my advice. Suck it up, do it.
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There is no shame in doing a Format and Reinstall. If that's what it takes, then..... At some point you need to measure the time spent on the fix against the time it will take to just redo it all and make a decision. I think at this point in time your assumption is correct. MTP was so badly corrupt, that it wasn't coming back.
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You can try this AT YOUR OWN RISK, This solved the MTP driver issue I had with my Sony MP4.

Copy ALL OF THIS into a text doc, then save the file as wpdmtp.inf and put it in windows\inf or wherever you want, really, just point it there when it asks for the drivers, OR, go into device manager, and "update driver" and point it wherever you have this file.


..................Copy after this..............


; Installation inf for devices supporting Media Transfer Protocol (MTP)
;
; Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.
;

[SourceDisksNames]
3426=windows cd

[SourceDisksFiles]
wpdusb.sys = 3426
wpdmtpdr.dll = 3426
wpdmtp.dll = 3426
wpdmtpus.dll = 3426
wpdmtpip.dll = 3426
wpdconns.dll = 3426

[Version]
Signature="$WINDOWS NT$"
Class=WPD
ClassGUID={EEC5AD98-8080-425f-922A-DABF3DE3F69A}
Provider=%Msft%
DriverVer=06/21/2006,6.0.6000.16386


[DestinationDirs]
MTP.Files.Kernel = 12
MTP.Files.XPRT_USB = 11
MTP.Files.XPRT_IP = 11
MTP.Files.Core = 11
MTP.Files.UMDFDDriver = 12,UMDF ; copy to system32\drivers\umdf

[Manufacturer]
%MfgName%=Generic,NTx86,NTamd64
%MfgNameVendorModels%=VendorModels,NTx86,NTamd64

;
;Device is identified by Microsoft OS descriptor
;If your device does not support it, use specific VID & PID for identification
;
[Generic.NTx86]
%GenericMTP.DeviceDesc%=MTP, USB\MS_COMP_MTP
%GenericPTP.DeviceDesc%=MTP, USB\Class_06&SubClass_01&Prot_01
%GenericMTPIP.DeviceDesc%=MTPIP, umb\urn:microsoft-com:device:mtp:1

[Generic.NTamd64]
%GenericMTP.DeviceDesc%=MTP, USB\MS_COMP_MTP
%GenericPTP.DeviceDesc%=MTP, USB\Class_06&SubClass_01&Prot_01
%GenericMTPIP.DeviceDesc%=MTPIP, umb\urn:microsoft-com:device:mtp:1

[VendorModels.NTx86]
; Kodak PTP
%USB\VID_040A&PID_0140.Device%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0140
%USB\VID_040A&PID_0200.Device%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0200
%USB\VID_040A&PID_0121.Device%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0121
%KodakDC4800%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0160

[VendorModels.NTamd64]
; Kodak PTP
%USB\VID_040A&PID_0140.Device%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0140
%USB\VID_040A&PID_0200.Device%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0200
%USB\VID_040A&PID_0121.Device%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0121
%KodakDC4800%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0160


;;************************************************ ******************************
;;
;; MTP with USB Transport
;; ======================
;;
;; The following are to be used in vendor specific "Includes" and "Needs" sections.
;; Specifically, the vendor INF should contain:
;;
;; [DDInstall]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTP
;;
;; [DDInstall.hw]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTP.Registration <- includes all default legacy API and autoplay registration for the device
;; - OR -
;; Needs = WPD.MTP.RegistrationBasic <- only do minimum registration, no legacy API or autoplay
;;
;; [DDInstall.Services]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTP.Services
;;
;; [DDInstall.CoInstallers]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTP.CoInstallers
;;
;; [DDInstall.Wdf]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTP.Wdf
;; UmdfServiceOrder=WpdMtpDriver
;;
;;************************************************ ******************************

[WPD.MTP]
CopyFiles = MTP.Files.Kernel, MTP.Files.XPRT_USB, MTP.Files.Core, MTP.Files.UMDFDDriver
RegisterDlls = MTP.RegisterComServers

[WPD.MTP.Registration]
AddReg = WDF.Registration, MTP.AutoPlayRegistration, MTP.LEGACY.Registration, MTPUSB.Transport.Registration

[WPD.MTP.RegistrationBasic]
AddReg = WDF.Registration, MTPUSB.Transport.Registration

[WPD.MTP.Services]
AddService=WUDFRd, 0x000001fa, WUDFRD_ServiceInstall ; 0x2 - assigned the name service as the PnP function driver
AddService=WpdUsb, 0x000001f8, MTP.WpdUsb.AddService

[WPD.MTP.CoInstallers]
AddReg = WDF.CoInstaller

[WPD.MTP.Wdf]
UmdfService=WpdMtpDriver,WpdMtpDriver_Install

;;************************************************ ******************************
;; Inbox MTP USB section
;;************************************************ ******************************

[MTP.NT]
CopyFiles = MTP.Files.Kernel, MTP.Files.XPRT_USB, MTP.Files.Core, MTP.Files.UMDFDDriver
RegisterDlls = MTP.RegisterComServers
AddProperty=MTP.AddProp

[MTP.NT.hw]
AddReg = WDF.Registration, MTP.AutoPlayRegistration, MTP.LEGACY.Registration, MTPUSB.Transport.Registration, TSRedirection.Registration

[MTP.NT.Services]
AddService=WUDFRd, 0x000001fa, WUDFRD_ServiceInstall ; 0x2 - assigned the name service as the PnP function driver
AddService=WpdUsb, 0x000001f8, MTP.WpdUsb.AddService

[MTP.NT.CoInstallers]
AddReg = WDF.CoInstaller

[MTP.NT.Wdf]
UmdfService=WpdMtpDriver,WpdMtpDriver_Install
UmdfServiceOrder=WpdMtpDriver


[MTPUSB.Transport.Registration]
HKR,"WpdMtpDriver","TransportClassID",0x0,"{34C445 BA-07EB-4b5d-8EE9-F66BB9DA403B}"


;;************************************************ ******************************
;;
;; MTP with IP Transport
;; =====================
;;
;; The following are to be used in vendor specific "Includes" and "Needs" sections.
;; Specifically, the INF should contain:
;;
;; [DDInstall]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTPIP
;;
;; [DDInstall.hw]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTPIP.Registration <- includes all default legacy API and autoplay registration for the device
;; - OR -
;; Needs = WPD.MTPIP.RegistrationBasic <- only do minimum registration, no legacy API or autoplay
;;
;; [DDInstall.Services]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTPIP.Services
;;
;; [DDInstall.CoInstallers]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTPIP.CoInstallers
;;
;; [DDInstall.Wdf]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTPIP.Wdf
;; UmdfServiceOrder=WpdMtpDriver
;;
;;************************************************ ******************************

[WPD.MTPIP]
CopyFiles = MTP.Files.Kernel, MTP.Files.XPRT_IP, MTP.Files.Core, MTP.Files.UMDFDDriver
RegisterDlls = MTPIP.RegisterComServers

[WPD.MTPIP.Registration]
AddReg = WDF.Registration, PTP.AutoPlayRegistration, PTP.LEGACY.Registration, MTPIP.Transport.Registration

[WPD.MTPIP.RegistrationBasic]
AddReg = WDF.Registration, MTPIP.Transport.Registration

[WPD.MTPIP.Services]
AddService=WUDFRd, 0x000001fa, WUDFRD_ServiceInstall ; 0x2 - assigned the name service as the PnP function driver

[WPD.MTPIP.CoInstallers]
AddReg = WDF.CoInstaller

[WPD.MTPIP.Wdf]
UmdfService=WpdMtpDriver,WpdMtpDriver_Install


;;************************************************ ******************************
;; Inbox MTP IP section
;;************************************************ ******************************

[MTPIP.NT]
CopyFiles = MTP.Files.XPRT_IP, MTP.Files.Core, MTP.Files.UMDFDDriver
RegisterDlls = MTPIP.RegisterComServers
AddProperty=MTP.AddProp

[MTPIP.NT.hw]
AddReg = PTP.AutoPlayRegistration, PTP.LEGACY.Registration, MTPIP.Transport.Registration, TSRedirection.Registration

[MTPIP.NT.Services]
AddService=WUDFRd, 0x000001fa, WUDFRD_ServiceInstall ; 0x2 bit assigned the name service as the PnP function driver

[MTPIP.NT.CoInstallers]
AddReg = WDF.CoInstaller

[MTPIP.NT.Wdf]
UmdfService=WpdMtpDriver,WpdMtpDriver_Install
UmdfServiceOrder=WpdMtpDriver


[MTPIP.Transport.Registration]
HKR,"WpdMtpDriver","TransportClassID",0x0,"{90ED8E EA-1605-4c46-8314-EED94AAA588B}"


;;************************************************ ******************************
;; Common section
;; 1. File copy
;; 2. Regsvr COM servers
;; 3. AutoPlay
;; 4. WDF
;; 5. Registration
;; 6. WMDM/WIA legacy support
;; 7. Kernel mode service (WPDUSB)
;; 8. Driver update notification
;;************************************************ ******************************

[MTP.Files.XPRT_IP]
WpdMtpIP.dll,,,0x0100

[MTP.Files.Kernel]
WpdUsb.sys,,,0x0100

[MTP.Files.XPRT_USB]
WpdMtpUS.dll,,,0x0100
WpdConns.dll,,,0x0100

[MTP.Files.Core]
WpdMtp.dll,,,0x0100

[MTP.Files.UMDFDDriver]
WpdMtpDr.dll,,,0x0100


[MTP.RegisterComServers]
11,,wpdconns.dll,1
11,,wpdmtpus.dll,1
11,,wpdmtp.dll,1
12,UMDF,wpdmtpdr.dll,1

[MTPIP.RegisterComServers]
11,,wpdmtpip.dll,1
11,,wpdmtp.dll,1
12,UMDF,wpdmtpdr.dll,1


;=============== TS Redirection =============
[TSRedirection.Registration]
;
; Enable support for redirecting the device over Terminal Server
connection.
;
HKR,,"TSRedirFlags",0x10001,0x1



; ================ AutoPlay =================

; PTP devices

[PTP.AutoPlayRegistration]
; This lists the interfaces which WpdUsb.sys will register on device start; this list contains the legacy AutoPlay
HKR,,"Interfaces",0x00010000,"{6ac27878-a6fa-4155-ba85-f98f491d4f33}"

; Enable default AutoPlay support
HKR,,"EnableDefaultAutoPlaySupport",0x10001,1

; Ensure that the entries show up as 'source only' so apps registered for sink do not show up in the list
HKR,,"AutoPlaySourceOnly",0x10001,1

; MTP devices

[MTP.AutoPlayRegistration]
; Enable default AutoPlay support
HKR,,"EnableDefaultAutoPlaySupport",0x10001,1


; ================= WDF sections ===============

[WDF.CoInstaller]
HKR,,CoInstallers32,0x00010000,"WUDFCoinstaller.dl l"

[WDF.Registration]
HKR,"WUDF","Exclusive",0x10001,1
HKR,,"LowerFilters",0x00010008,"WpdUSB" ; FLG_ADDREG_TYPE_MULTI_SZ | FLG_ADDREG_APPEND

[WpdMtpDriver_Install]
UmdfLibraryVersion=1.0.0
ServiceBinary="%12%\umdf\WpdMtpDr.dll"
DriverCLSID="{AAAE762B-A6A2-4c45-B5D8-9A83AFB6BB70}"

; =============== Legacy support ===============

; PTP devices

[PTP.LEGACY.Registration]
; Request for auto-determination of WIA/WMDM legacy API support based on device capabilities and type
HKR,,"EnableLegacySupport",0x10001,0xFFFFFFFF

; Set PTP devices to 'Camera type' devices so the correct device icon will be displayed in Windows Explorer
HKR,,"PortableDeviceType",0x10001,1

; Report EXIF format as JPEG for WIA
HKR,,"ReportJPGFormatForEXIF",0x10001,1


; MTP devices

[MTP.LEGACY.Registration]
; Request for auto-determination of WIA/WMDM legacy API support based on device capabilities and type
HKR,,"EnableLegacySupport",0x10001,0xFFFFFFFF

; Report EXIF format as JPEG for WIA
HKR,,"ReportJPGFormatForEXIF",0x10001,1

; =================== WUDFRd ===================

[WUDFRD_ServiceInstall]
ServiceType = %SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER%
StartType = %SERVICE_DEMAND_START%
ErrorControl = %SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL%
ServiceBinary = %12%\WUDFRd.sys

; =================== WPDUSB ===================

[MTP.WpdUsb.AddService]
DisplayName = %WpdUsb.SvcDesc%
ServiceType = %SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER%
StartType = %SERVICE_DEMAND_START%
ErrorControl = %SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL%
ServiceBinary = %12%\wpdusb.sys
LoadOrderGroup = Base

; =========== Driver update notification ========

[MTP.AddProp]
GenericDriverInstalled,,,,1


;
; =================== Strings ===================
;

[Strings]

; not localizable
SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER = 0x1
SERVICE_DEMAND_START = 0x3
SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL = 0x1

;; Localizable strings
USB\VID_040A&PID_0121.Device="Kodak Digital Camera"
USB\VID_040A&PID_0140.Device="Kodak DC4800 Zoom Digital Camera"
USB\VID_040A&PID_0200.Device="Kodak Digital Camera"
KodakDC4800="Kodak DC4800 Zoom Digital Camera"
GenericPTP.DeviceDesc="Digital Still Camera"

Msft="Microsoft"
WpdUsb.SvcDesc="WpdUsb"
GenericMTP.DeviceDesc="MTP Device"
GenericMTPIP.DeviceDesc="MTP IP Device"
MfgName="(Standard MTP-compliant devices)"
MfgNameVendorModels="(Standard MTP-Compliant Device)"
Autoplay.Label= "Portable Device"


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Hi all,

I had to let you know of my experience with the same problem...

Having not used my Zen since I built this new PC (about a month or so ago) I decided to charge it up and transfer some movies to it. This is when I came across the same problem everyone here has described.

I am running winxp with service pack 2 and using wmp11 (although I actually use the creative software itself to manage files on the Zen).

This was quite annoying, as everything worked fine when I first built the PC - no automatic updates at all, no firmware updates, and no additional software installed since it all worked last.

So I hunted around since last night, uninstalled wmp11, installed wmp10, installed and ran fixup, installed wmp11, re-installed creative software ... and the best I could get was the Zen being listed as an mtp device, but unable to synch or do anything else with it.

So this morning I was in the process of downloading updated creative software when I thought I would just have a go in one of the USB slots on the back of the PC. This hadnt come to mind earlier as EVERY other USB device that plugs into my USB 2.0 riser on the front works and has worked fine since install. This and the fact that I have to drag a heavy-ass tower across the carpet to get to the back....

Suffice to say - everything worked fine the moment I plugged it in. So if you are using a riser on the front and havent thought about plugging it into the back yet.... might be worth a try. PML (at myself).

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Many thanks for your post! I was having the same problem with a Sony MP4 Player, and that solved it!
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Default Creative Zen X-Fi Drivers error

I tried the solution stated here and it works. Thank you.
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