Hello, I feel kind of embarrassed doing this but I've exhausted every other resource (Countless Google searches and asking friends' advice) and I am completely stuck now. Perhaps someone here can help me get this thing running before it starts collecting dust...?

I recently acquired a M-Audio Trigger Finger MIDI drum control surface hoping to use it with Propellerhead's Reason 4.0. As it stands I cannot get Reason to recognize it, and in fact I'm not sure my computer fully recognizes it (I'm running Windows XP SP2)

Here's what I've done so far:
1. Installed the T. Finger driver using the CD included
2. Installed M-Audio Enigma v1.2
3. Connected the device (via USB)
4. Reboot Computer
5. Opened Reason 4.0
6. Go to Edit> Preferences...
7. Select "Keyboards and Control Surfaces"

(As you can see, I've already got my Edirol PCR-M50 set up to work with Reason)
8. Click "Add" and select M-Audio -> Other MIDI Control Keyboard

At this point, it says to "Move a control or press a key on the control surface"
I've tried hitting the pads and moving the sliders and knobs but it won't recognize any input.

Upon opening Enigma, it does not open the M-Audio Trigger Finger settings automatically but instead shows this:

I located my device but I don't know what I need to do once I've done that. This is what I see:

Also, I think I managed to change the device's midi channel to 1 by pressing the "Save & Exit" and "Exit" buttons simultaneously then sliding the F1 until the display showed "01" and then pressing "Save & Exit" then tapping P1. However, I'm not entirely sure this did what I'm thinking it did.

Please help! Please?