Fix For Microsoft’s Faulty ?WPD ? 2 22 2016’ MTP Driver Update
Of course, it's the best choice to use system restore to roll back a faulty update. This will work in Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 (hopefully). Windows 10 users are facing probably trouble. While system restore shall work in Windows 10 RTM and Windows 10 Version 1511, Windows 10 Version 1607 users run into the issue I've addressed within my blog post Windows 10 Version 1607: System restore error 0x80070091 [Fix].
Fix for Microsoft’s faulty ‘WPD – 2 22 2016’ MTP driver update
Well, because it's a driver update, this update can't be uninstalled via Windows Update. The only solution is a driver rollback. So the 2nd approach to fix the issue, proposed from Microsoft, is a rollback of the MTP driver. This is described within my blog post Windows 10 Version 1607: System restore error 0x80070091 [Fix].
Microsoft has pulled the faulty update from Windows Update servers, after we reported the issues with mobile devices. So this package should no more been offered to Windows systems via Windows Update.
But, if the update has been installed, the faulty drivers are in driver cache. Each attempt in updating the MTP driver will result in a broken mobile device detection. Microsoft describes now, how to clean the driver cache from the faulty package.
where the ## is the number in the file name noted above (for instance oem62.inf). The command removes the faulty driver package from driver cache. When you disconnect and reconnect your device, it should not reinstall the incorrect driver.
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Make sure you install the drivers for the correct operating system. For example, if you're using Windows 10 64-bit, install the drivers designed for that specific version of Windows. Many of these errors are caused by attempting to install the wrong drivers for a device. One way to be sure you're getting the right driver is to use a free driver updater tool.
Updating the relevant device driver with Device Manager is another effective way to get rid of WPD filesystem volume driver error. If you come across the WPD FileSystem Volume Driver error with exclamation mark icon in Device Manager, you can update the driver related to the portable device.
Step 4. Select the Search automatically for updated driver software option. Then Windows will search your computer and the Internet for the latest driver software and install it for you. Just follow the on-screen instructions to finish the installation.
If you find updating driver by yourself is time-wasting, you can also download a piece of driver update software from the Internet, which can detect outdated drivers on your PC and update them all at once. Be sure to choose a reliable one. If this fix doesn't help, try the next method. 350c69d7ab