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Computer reads MP3 but won't install MTP device..so MP3 dont work

My computer will read my MP3 player, but only until I have to try and install the MTP device. I've got a Creative Zen Plus. It worked fine in my old computer and my mom's laptop. But since I got a new computer I haven't been able to fix the problem or be able to download the thing needed for my MP3...anyone help?? Please??

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  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2008

    mines a sansa fuze and ever since i restored my os my player wont even charge

  • Anonymous Dec 06, 2008

    yeah m8 same problem for me, my computer won't install any MTP devices and apparently theres nobody who knows a solution :(

  • Ults Dec 24, 2008

    i have got the same problem with my brand new Creative Zen Mozaic, my zen stone works fine, it says it can't install the MTP device....

  • zeagler606 Mar 27, 2009

    I have a Creative Zen V that worked fine with my computer for almost a year. About 2 months ago Media Player stopped recognizing it which means I can't put any new files on it!! It is being shown in device manager, but with an exclamation mark. I try to update it thru device manager and also when "new hardware found" screen pops up, but the computer says this MTP service is not installed. I have contacted Creative and eMachine about the problem. Have tried several things, like uninstalling the Zen, updating Media Player, doing a system restore, etc. I've read something about changing the registry but hesitant to try.

  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2009

    i have the same problem with my zen

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Same type of problem i used to work does not work at all now a my mate wants to put some things on it

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