Make your Microsoft Zune show up as a hard drive when you connect it to the USB port on your Windows computer with these steps.
1. Disconnect the Zune and close out of any Zune software
2. Click Start > Run, type REGEDIT and click OK.
3. Click once on HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE4. Click Edit > Find…
4. Type EnableLegacySupport in the Find what box and click Find Next.
5. It should find the EnableLegacySupport value, double-click on it and set the Value data to 1 and click OK.
6. Double-click PortableDeviceNameSpaceExcludeFromShell, set the Value data to 0 and click OK.
7. Double-click ShowInShell, set the Value data to 1 and click OK.
8. Close the Registry Editor.
9. Plug in the Zune and launch the Zune software. Your Zune should then be listed as a hard drive under My Computer.Last modified January 10, 2012