I used to have a Kodak which Vista recognised as a camera and offered to
import pictures from. They went into WPG.
I replaced that camera with a Fuji F31fd and that too was recognised as a
camera and the photos imported into WPG. No problem.
I added a Fuji S9600 and, strangely, Windows recognises that as a
removable drive. No problem though because Windows still offers to import
the pictures into WPG.
At some point during this process, I 'upgraded' to Windows Live Photo
Last month, I connected my F31 for the first time in a number of weeks and
Vista went "b'dunk!" as usual and then the camera appeared as a camera in
Explorer. But no offer to import photos. It just sits there.
So, I plugged the S9600 in and "b'dunk!" it appears as a removable drive
*but* WLPG offers to import photos -- just as it should.
So, my problem is that plugging in the F31 no longer prompts Vista to
Autoplay shows only 2 devices: the (long defunct) Kodak and the F31. It
doesn't matter what I set the drop-down options for the F31, nothing
happens when I plug it in. Well, nothing except a "b'dunk!" and it
appears as a camera in Explorer.
WLPG is set to import pictures from 'Cameras' and, if I go File
ImportFromCamera_Scanner, it will see my connected F31 and import pictures
from it. It's just that the AutoPlay options no longer work for that
How can I *really* reset the AutoPlay options for the F31.
How can I get rid of the entry for the Kodak?