Re: Nikon D40 not recognized - MTP/PTP not working?
"Gerard" <Gerard@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> SOLVED: I did the following:
> Copy the contents of
> C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\wpd mtp.inf_3eba85bf to a
> temporary directory. Connect the camera, when it asks for the CD, tell it
> don't have one and want to point to a location yourself. Enter the name of
> the temporary directory. Now VISTA installs the driver and the camera can
> "Gerard" wrote:
>> in addition:
>> I did find a wpdmtp.inf file in
>> C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\wpd mtp.inf_3eba85bf and
>> C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\wpd mtp.inf_20006c56
>> These inf files relate to USB class 6 subclass 1 prot 1 devices, exactly
>> what device manager should for my camera.
>> You cannot install driver this through the context menu of the INF file.
>> way to get windows polite enough to take this driver?
>> BTW: it is a dutch version of Vista
>> "Gerard" wrote:
>> > The D40 is a MTP/PTP device. When I connect it, Vista asks for a driver
>> > CD.
>> > The CD with the camera does not have a (correct) driver. I thought that
>> > MTP/PTP devices were recognized by Vista (Home Premium) without
>> > additional
>> > drivers?
>> > Some web searches suggested that a mdwmdmsp.dll should be present on my
>> > system -- search cannot find it.
>> > Any ideas on how I can see that MTP drivers, WMDM service providers etc
>> > are
>> > present on my system?