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Old 01-15-2008, 11:49 PM
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Default NWZ-S615F and windows vista AHHHH!!!!!

I just got this unit, and I have tried to get TWO Vista systems to see it, and it will NOT, and CAN not find drivers for this device!! I chatted with Sony support, and they gave me a link to update the MP3 conversion tool, telling me that would fix the issue, but it didn't!!! Please help!!
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Old 01-16-2008, 12:07 AM
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I had the same thing with my a818 and windows xp until I installed the wmp11.
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Old 01-16-2008, 01:22 AM
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WinXP SP2 and above have mtp built in, youre only supposed to plug it in and it will install itself. If it doesnt, its prob broke, as youre not supposed to need wmp.
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Old 01-16-2008, 10:22 AM
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yeah, it's strange........BOTH laptops running vista are asking for drivers, both XP systems, and then I brought it to work, and tried it on a desktop running Vista Ultimate and they all 3 work fine. but I NEED it to work with either one of these laptops.
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Old 01-16-2008, 02:01 PM
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Fixed it!!!

So this is what I did..............

I copied the wpdmtp.inf, and wpdmtp.PNF files from the desktop vista system to the windows\inf folder of the vista system that it wasnt working on, when it prompted for the drivers, I pointed it to this location, and BOOYA, now it works.
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Old 01-16-2008, 05:31 PM
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I had a similar issue on xp, I only had wmp9 and sp2 installed, but the device was not recognized in windows explorer and I could not browse it. After installing wmp11 from the cd, I had no further issues and the device was automatically recognized.

On xp systems with wmp10, the device won't sync with the program but you can browse it with windows explorer adding songs to the device, but I couldn't create new folders for some odd reason. the device being 818.
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Old 01-16-2008, 07:40 PM
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You can try this AT YOUR OWN RISK

Copy ALL OF THIS into a text doc, then save the file as wpdmtp.inf and put it in windows\inf or wherever you want, really, just point it there when it asks for the drivers, OR, go into device manager, and "update driver" and point it wherever you have this file.


..................Copy after this..............


; Installation inf for devices supporting Media Transfer Protocol (MTP)
;
; Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.
;

[SourceDisksNames]
3426=windows cd

[SourceDisksFiles]
wpdusb.sys = 3426
wpdmtpdr.dll = 3426
wpdmtp.dll = 3426
wpdmtpus.dll = 3426
wpdmtpip.dll = 3426
wpdconns.dll = 3426

[Version]
Signature="$WINDOWS NT$"
Class=WPD
ClassGUID={EEC5AD98-8080-425f-922A-DABF3DE3F69A}
Provider=%Msft%
DriverVer=06/21/2006,6.0.6000.16386


[DestinationDirs]
MTP.Files.Kernel = 12
MTP.Files.XPRT_USB = 11
MTP.Files.XPRT_IP = 11
MTP.Files.Core = 11
MTP.Files.UMDFDDriver = 12,UMDF ; copy to system32\drivers\umdf

[Manufacturer]
%MfgName%=Generic,NTx86,NTamd64
%MfgNameVendorModels%=VendorModels,NTx86,NTamd64

;
;Device is identified by Microsoft OS descriptor
;If your device does not support it, use specific VID & PID for identification
;
[Generic.NTx86]
%GenericMTP.DeviceDesc%=MTP, USB\MS_COMP_MTP
%GenericPTP.DeviceDesc%=MTP, USB\Class_06&SubClass_01&Prot_01
%GenericMTPIP.DeviceDesc%=MTPIP, umb\urn:microsoft-com:device:mtp:1

[Generic.NTamd64]
%GenericMTP.DeviceDesc%=MTP, USB\MS_COMP_MTP
%GenericPTP.DeviceDesc%=MTP, USB\Class_06&SubClass_01&Prot_01
%GenericMTPIP.DeviceDesc%=MTPIP, umb\urn:microsoft-com:device:mtp:1

[VendorModels.NTx86]
; Kodak PTP
%USB\VID_040A&PID_0140.Device%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0140
%USB\VID_040A&PID_0200.Device%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0200
%USB\VID_040A&PID_0121.Device%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0121
%KodakDC4800%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0160

[VendorModels.NTamd64]
; Kodak PTP
%USB\VID_040A&PID_0140.Device%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0140
%USB\VID_040A&PID_0200.Device%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0200
%USB\VID_040A&PID_0121.Device%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0121
%KodakDC4800%=MTP, USB\VID_040A&PID_0160


;;************************************************ ******************************
;;
;; MTP with USB Transport
;; ======================
;;
;; The following are to be used in vendor specific "Includes" and "Needs" sections.
;; Specifically, the vendor INF should contain:
;;
;; [DDInstall]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTP
;;
;; [DDInstall.hw]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTP.Registration <- includes all default legacy API and autoplay registration for the device
;; - OR -
;; Needs = WPD.MTP.RegistrationBasic <- only do minimum registration, no legacy API or autoplay
;;
;; [DDInstall.Services]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTP.Services
;;
;; [DDInstall.CoInstallers]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTP.CoInstallers
;;
;; [DDInstall.Wdf]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTP.Wdf
;; UmdfServiceOrder=WpdMtpDriver
;;
;;************************************************ ******************************

[WPD.MTP]
CopyFiles = MTP.Files.Kernel, MTP.Files.XPRT_USB, MTP.Files.Core, MTP.Files.UMDFDDriver
RegisterDlls = MTP.RegisterComServers

[WPD.MTP.Registration]
AddReg = WDF.Registration, MTP.AutoPlayRegistration, MTP.LEGACY.Registration, MTPUSB.Transport.Registration

[WPD.MTP.RegistrationBasic]
AddReg = WDF.Registration, MTPUSB.Transport.Registration

[WPD.MTP.Services]
AddService=WUDFRd, 0x000001fa, WUDFRD_ServiceInstall ; 0x2 - assigned the name service as the PnP function driver
AddService=WpdUsb, 0x000001f8, MTP.WpdUsb.AddService

[WPD.MTP.CoInstallers]
AddReg = WDF.CoInstaller

[WPD.MTP.Wdf]
UmdfService=WpdMtpDriver,WpdMtpDriver_Install

;;************************************************ ******************************
;; Inbox MTP USB section
;;************************************************ ******************************

[MTP.NT]
CopyFiles = MTP.Files.Kernel, MTP.Files.XPRT_USB, MTP.Files.Core, MTP.Files.UMDFDDriver
RegisterDlls = MTP.RegisterComServers
AddProperty=MTP.AddProp

[MTP.NT.hw]
AddReg = WDF.Registration, MTP.AutoPlayRegistration, MTP.LEGACY.Registration, MTPUSB.Transport.Registration, TSRedirection.Registration

[MTP.NT.Services]
AddService=WUDFRd, 0x000001fa, WUDFRD_ServiceInstall ; 0x2 - assigned the name service as the PnP function driver
AddService=WpdUsb, 0x000001f8, MTP.WpdUsb.AddService

[MTP.NT.CoInstallers]
AddReg = WDF.CoInstaller

[MTP.NT.Wdf]
UmdfService=WpdMtpDriver,WpdMtpDriver_Install
UmdfServiceOrder=WpdMtpDriver


[MTPUSB.Transport.Registration]
HKR,"WpdMtpDriver","TransportClassID",0x0,"{34C445 BA-07EB-4b5d-8EE9-F66BB9DA403B}"


;;************************************************ ******************************
;;
;; MTP with IP Transport
;; =====================
;;
;; The following are to be used in vendor specific "Includes" and "Needs" sections.
;; Specifically, the INF should contain:
;;
;; [DDInstall]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTPIP
;;
;; [DDInstall.hw]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTPIP.Registration <- includes all default legacy API and autoplay registration for the device
;; - OR -
;; Needs = WPD.MTPIP.RegistrationBasic <- only do minimum registration, no legacy API or autoplay
;;
;; [DDInstall.Services]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTPIP.Services
;;
;; [DDInstall.CoInstallers]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTPIP.CoInstallers
;;
;; [DDInstall.Wdf]
;; Include = wpdmtp.inf
;; Needs = WPD.MTPIP.Wdf
;; UmdfServiceOrder=WpdMtpDriver
;;
;;************************************************ ******************************

[WPD.MTPIP]
CopyFiles = MTP.Files.Kernel, MTP.Files.XPRT_IP, MTP.Files.Core, MTP.Files.UMDFDDriver
RegisterDlls = MTPIP.RegisterComServers

[WPD.MTPIP.Registration]
AddReg = WDF.Registration, PTP.AutoPlayRegistration, PTP.LEGACY.Registration, MTPIP.Transport.Registration

[WPD.MTPIP.RegistrationBasic]
AddReg = WDF.Registration, MTPIP.Transport.Registration

[WPD.MTPIP.Services]
AddService=WUDFRd, 0x000001fa, WUDFRD_ServiceInstall ; 0x2 - assigned the name service as the PnP function driver

[WPD.MTPIP.CoInstallers]
AddReg = WDF.CoInstaller

[WPD.MTPIP.Wdf]
UmdfService=WpdMtpDriver,WpdMtpDriver_Install


;;************************************************ ******************************
;; Inbox MTP IP section
;;************************************************ ******************************

[MTPIP.NT]
CopyFiles = MTP.Files.XPRT_IP, MTP.Files.Core, MTP.Files.UMDFDDriver
RegisterDlls = MTPIP.RegisterComServers
AddProperty=MTP.AddProp

[MTPIP.NT.hw]
AddReg = PTP.AutoPlayRegistration, PTP.LEGACY.Registration, MTPIP.Transport.Registration, TSRedirection.Registration

[MTPIP.NT.Services]
AddService=WUDFRd, 0x000001fa, WUDFRD_ServiceInstall ; 0x2 bit assigned the name service as the PnP function driver

[MTPIP.NT.CoInstallers]
AddReg = WDF.CoInstaller

[MTPIP.NT.Wdf]
UmdfService=WpdMtpDriver,WpdMtpDriver_Install
UmdfServiceOrder=WpdMtpDriver


[MTPIP.Transport.Registration]
HKR,"WpdMtpDriver","TransportClassID",0x0,"{90ED8E EA-1605-4c46-8314-EED94AAA588B}"


;;************************************************ ******************************
;; Common section
;; 1. File copy
;; 2. Regsvr COM servers
;; 3. AutoPlay
;; 4. WDF
;; 5. Registration
;; 6. WMDM/WIA legacy support
;; 7. Kernel mode service (WPDUSB)
;; 8. Driver update notification
;;************************************************ ******************************

[MTP.Files.XPRT_IP]
WpdMtpIP.dll,,,0x0100

[MTP.Files.Kernel]
WpdUsb.sys,,,0x0100

[MTP.Files.XPRT_USB]
WpdMtpUS.dll,,,0x0100
WpdConns.dll,,,0x0100

[MTP.Files.Core]
WpdMtp.dll,,,0x0100

[MTP.Files.UMDFDDriver]
WpdMtpDr.dll,,,0x0100


[MTP.RegisterComServers]
11,,wpdconns.dll,1
11,,wpdmtpus.dll,1
11,,wpdmtp.dll,1
12,UMDF,wpdmtpdr.dll,1

[MTPIP.RegisterComServers]
11,,wpdmtpip.dll,1
11,,wpdmtp.dll,1
12,UMDF,wpdmtpdr.dll,1


;=============== TS Redirection =============
[TSRedirection.Registration]
;
; Enable support for redirecting the device over Terminal Server connection.
;
HKR,,"TSRedirFlags",0x10001,0x1



; ================ AutoPlay =================

; PTP devices

[PTP.AutoPlayRegistration]
; This lists the interfaces which WpdUsb.sys will register on device start; this list contains the legacy AutoPlay
HKR,,"Interfaces",0x00010000,"{6ac27878-a6fa-4155-ba85-f98f491d4f33}"

; Enable default AutoPlay support
HKR,,"EnableDefaultAutoPlaySupport",0x10001,1

; Ensure that the entries show up as 'source only' so apps registered for sink do not show up in the list
HKR,,"AutoPlaySourceOnly",0x10001,1

; MTP devices

[MTP.AutoPlayRegistration]
; Enable default AutoPlay support
HKR,,"EnableDefaultAutoPlaySupport",0x10001,1


; ================= WDF sections ===============

[WDF.CoInstaller]
HKR,,CoInstallers32,0x00010000,"WUDFCoinstaller.dl l"

[WDF.Registration]
HKR,"WUDF","Exclusive",0x10001,1
HKR,,"LowerFilters",0x00010008,"WpdUSB" ; FLG_ADDREG_TYPE_MULTI_SZ | FLG_ADDREG_APPEND

[WpdMtpDriver_Install]
UmdfLibraryVersion=1.0.0
ServiceBinary="%12%\umdf\WpdMtpDr.dll"
DriverCLSID="{AAAE762B-A6A2-4c45-B5D8-9A83AFB6BB70}"

; =============== Legacy support ===============

; PTP devices

[PTP.LEGACY.Registration]
; Request for auto-determination of WIA/WMDM legacy API support based on device capabilities and type
HKR,,"EnableLegacySupport",0x10001,0xFFFFFFFF

; Set PTP devices to 'Camera type' devices so the correct device icon will be displayed in Windows Explorer
HKR,,"PortableDeviceType",0x10001,1

; Report EXIF format as JPEG for WIA
HKR,,"ReportJPGFormatForEXIF",0x10001,1


; MTP devices

[MTP.LEGACY.Registration]
; Request for auto-determination of WIA/WMDM legacy API support based on device capabilities and type
HKR,,"EnableLegacySupport",0x10001,0xFFFFFFFF

; Report EXIF format as JPEG for WIA
HKR,,"ReportJPGFormatForEXIF",0x10001,1

; =================== WUDFRd ===================

[WUDFRD_ServiceInstall]
ServiceType = %SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER%
StartType = %SERVICE_DEMAND_START%
ErrorControl = %SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL%
ServiceBinary = %12%\WUDFRd.sys

; =================== WPDUSB ===================

[MTP.WpdUsb.AddService]
DisplayName = %WpdUsb.SvcDesc%
ServiceType = %SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER%
StartType = %SERVICE_DEMAND_START%
ErrorControl = %SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL%
ServiceBinary = %12%\wpdusb.sys
LoadOrderGroup = Base

; =========== Driver update notification ========

[MTP.AddProp]
GenericDriverInstalled,,,,1


;
; =================== Strings ===================
;

[Strings]

; not localizable
SERVICE_KERNEL_DRIVER = 0x1
SERVICE_DEMAND_START = 0x3
SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL = 0x1

;; Localizable strings
USB\VID_040A&PID_0121.Device="Kodak Digital Camera"
USB\VID_040A&PID_0140.Device="Kodak DC4800 Zoom Digital Camera"
USB\VID_040A&PID_0200.Device="Kodak Digital Camera"
KodakDC4800="Kodak DC4800 Zoom Digital Camera"
GenericPTP.DeviceDesc="Digital Still Camera"

Msft="Microsoft"
WpdUsb.SvcDesc="WpdUsb"
GenericMTP.DeviceDesc="MTP Device"
GenericMTPIP.DeviceDesc="MTP IP Device"
MfgName="(Standard MTP-compliant devices)"
MfgNameVendorModels="(Standard MTP-Compliant Device)"
Autoplay.Label= "Portable Device"


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