this is my first time posting here and I have a really specific question.
I have an ASUS eee 901 running Windows XP Home. I had everything working well, but then I decided to improve performance by moving Windows to the smaller but faster internal SSD.
I used Nlite to strip down Windows, following the instructions here:
I now have a very lightweight installation of XP home with SP3 and all the current updates. Almost everything is working really well. I have installed iTunes and I CAN sync with no problems.
However, each time I plug in my iPhone 3GS (latest firmware), Windows tries and fails to install drivers. The Found New Hardware Wizard launches, but nothing I do will make it complete successfully, with the result that the iphone does not show up in Windows as removable storage, or as a camera. When I launch the Camera and Scanner Wizard, it shows only my webcam, not the iphone.
I have verified that I have the following files in place:
- Windows\System32\ptpusb.dll (regsvr32 successful)
- Windows\System32\ptpusd.dll (entry point not found, can not be registered)
- Windows\System32\usbaaplrc.dll (entry point not found, can not be registered)
Does anyone know if some other file is required or if there's some other element preventing this from working?
Edit (From posted answer)
I did select Cameras & Camcorders, and my webcam is working fine for video & still capture.