I'm running Windows XP with updated USB drivers. When I plug my Zoom H4n recorder into a USB port, the computer does not recognize the H4n. My Vista computer does recognize the H4n via USB. The H4n is supposed to work with XP.
In System/Hardware/Device manager, it says that the device drivers for the USB storage device (the Zoom H4n recorder) are not installed. The H4n does not come with drivers; it expects that Windows USB drivers should sense the device as a USB storage device.
Yes, I followed those instructions exactly, but the computer does not respond to the H4n. It does not appear in Windows Explorer when connected as a USB storage device. Other USB devices, such as thumb drives and printers, are detected ok. Maybe my H4n is defective. In any case, I can remove the SD card and plug it into the computer's SD card slot to transfer files. It would be great to use USB, though.
I have an amd pc computer with win 7 64 bits and i have problems with the drivers provided for zoom.
I´ve just downloaded the latest versión and my h4n has the latest version too.
When I install the zoom asio 64 driver and I connect my h4n, it says that windows cannot inicialized the driver for this device (code 37) so no cubase or any other audio program recognized it.
can you help me?