Извениет за англицкий, но переводить очень очень лень.
Для начала МТП точно идут с Виндовз медиа плеером 10,11 если у вас ниже версия лучше проапдейтить
This document is for all mp3 players with a choice of MSC/MTP mode. If the player will not work correctly in MTP mode, then these steps may help (in no particular order, and not all relevant in every situation):
-If the player is set to Auto Detect, but Windows sees it as a MSC device (or it shows as an MSC device with a ? or !), here’s what to do: open Device Manager, find the USB Mass Storage Device for the player, right-click on it and choose Update Driver. You can try different options here, but the best way to do it is usually: If asked to connect to the internet, choose “no, not at this time” then choose to install the device automatically. From there it will hopefully finish installing it and will not appear in My Computer.
-Try to add the device manually. Plug the player in while it’s set to MTP mode. Open Control Panel, and Add Hardware. Tell it that you have already connected the hardware. In the list, choose “Add a new hardware device” at the bottom. Choose “Install the hardware that I manually select from a list.” Choose Portable Devices, then MTP device.
-Install the WMP 10 patch from the Microsoft website. Go to www.microsoft.com and search for 902344.
-Try the instructions at the following link (registry hack). This step particular works when the device shows up properly in Device Manager, but it won’t show up in My Computer/WMP.
(Be sure to do ALL the steps given in the article)
-Rhapsody 4.0 has some helpful files with it (typically in C:\Program Files\Rhapsody) (still working on adding descriptions of what exactly these files do)
-Delete Helix Licenses
-Update Helix Components
-Update Windows Components
(the 2 update ones and the delete one are all shortcuts which point to rhapdrmclean.exe – M.Lengyel 12/02/06)
-Recreate the DRM system folder (only use this step when MTP mode is working, but subscription songs won’t transfer to the player).
1. Open My Computer, go to Tools, Folder Options, View tab, uncheck “Hide protected operating system files.
2. Go to C:\Documents and Settings\All Users and rename the DRM folder to “DRM Old.” (If it will not let you, then close all other programs and try again.)
3. Reboot the computer and restart Rhapsody/Napster. It should generate a new DRM folder.
-Format using Windows Media Player (only works if MTP mode is already showing up, but songs won’t transfer):
Version 10: go to the Sync tab, click on the “format storage media” button.
Version 11: click the down arrow below the Sync tab, Device options, Format
-Install the firmware update if not done already (if there is one for this model).
-Make sure customer has Windows XP (at least SP1) and WMP 10 or 11.
-If the customer wants to, they can try the fix.zip from the following 3rd party website, but we cannot be liable if it causes harm (you can tell them that we have tried it on our computers and it’s fine):
-Make sure player is plugged directly into a back USB port, not the front and not into a hub.
-If all else fails, try it on a 2nd computer. It could end up being a power issue or an operating system issue.
(Created by Jason Lucie; last edited 11/14/06)