Earlier I wrote a thread about this issue and a solve for it, you can view it here. and suggested that the only option to fixing this was to remove MTP usablility with winamp and completely disable the feature.
I came across something interesting. For those who would like to get your sansa working with Winamp I have for you a possible fix. Try uninstalling WMP11 (and runtime) and installing WMP10.
Then you should have the latest version of winamp and also an important component installed. The portable media support that winamp provides.
The reason why I think this may work is because the MTP drivers provided by WMP11 vs WMP10 are different in the way of how the player works with your PC. Although WMP10 is limited in features with explorer, the drivers seem to allow for more versitility (like stripping DRM content and now winamp usability). Anyways I did test winamp with WMP11 and WMP10 with my fuze and clip. with WMP11 winamp would just unexpectively terminate as soon as my players were connected, but WMP10 it didn’t close! I was able to transfer song, browse through the player with the winamp library. So now I want everyone to try this out, for those who’ve had problems with winamp and their sansa players, or for those wanting to try winamp but never did. And please post comments and further issues! I will continue to work with winamp and offer support.
Message Edited by thoma on 05-29-2008 09:39 AM
Message Edited by thoma on 05-29-2008 09:55 AM