Some days ago a co-worker and me played a little music at the christmas staff party of our institution. The co-worker recorded that with his Zoom H4n (which he hadn´t used himself so far). Now I have this device to copy the recorded files to my computer to (maybe) process them with Cubase, split them into different tracks and burn them to CD. In theory - and according to the manual - it´s easy. Start the device, connect it via usb to the computer, dial in the "USB" from the menu, then "connect" and Windows recognises the SD-Card as a drive etc. Alas, Windows does not recognise the H4n; it does not install any driver, and there is no access to the SD card. This was the same on two different computers, both equipped with Windows 7. The Zoom´s manual does not state any other working steps to enable the usb-connection. A Google search regarding that topic only brought the manual, bot no trouble-shooting. Anyone here can help?