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Go to My computer right click select Hardware tab
then Device Manager select usb controllers right click icon walkman...
select driver tab,select update driver choose advance,choose dont search...
then dont select the mtp device only click the usb mass storage ^^ then its ok

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Unplug the device and install MP11 this should fix this problem :)

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