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i have the MD-MT770 and MT880 MODEL'S there are no usb drivers,all u do is connect cable to device"cd,mpr,dvd,computer audio out to the minidisc press record on md and press play on your device to play music. dont bother with asking sharp for help as they do not reply and i will NEVER EVER BUY SHARP PRODUCTS AGAIN AFTER THERE LACK OF SUPPORT TO CUSTOMERS.
When you FINISH recording, the Minidisc recorder Writes the TOC (Table of Contents) - so you see it flashing TOC or Update when you finish recording - you need to Leave POWER ON and have the unit on for about 30 seconds for it to finish this. IF you don't, the unit doesn't know where to find the files since there is no TOC. Try a Sony home unit - you might get one more shot at it working with that.
Your analogue music will have been recorded digitally by your machine.
Digital transfers are only possible from the host pc/Mac to the player
and not the other way around.
But you can transfer the audio signal by
connecting the headphone output to the Mac audio input; look into the
Minidisc player menu and you can set the headphone socket to "line"
which bypasses the volume control circuits for better quality, your computer will then re-convert the analogue input into a digital signal with a small loss of quality.
I'm sorry this isn't much help, but I had the same problem with my 702 unit. From what I've read it's very common with this model - Sharp claims to have remedied the error with their 831 unit. Luckily, when I had this problem, my recorder was still under warranty and I have to say that Sharp fixed it promptly and returned it to me. Have you tried contacting them? Since it's a design flaw, they might be amenable to working something out with you...
check out your sharing options on windows media player, DRM can watermark the tracks and make them unusable by other users, or even yourself. Default is with copy protection, lookmin tools>options>rip music. Almost all audio programs have some version of this available, and only one fair use copy can be made.