I have just spent two hours with GoPro support and trying to come up with a solution for this. I have a Hero3 and Hero4 Silver that no longer receive a USB connection. This is a Windows 10 issue! I checked both cameras with a recently updated Windows 10 updated laptop with new cables and new memory cards and it behaves like my desktop - No USB Connection.
The Hero4 briefly shows a USB connection for two seconds and then drops back to live view. The Hero3 doesn't even get that far. All my machines have been updated to Windows 10 and the only way to update is manually and manually download pics.
I'm thinking we have a fault in the Windows memory card driver. Anyone have any ideas??? Click to expand. Gtx 1060 Drivers Windows 10 Intel Graphics Driver Update Windows 10. more. Microsoft Display Adapter Driver Windows 10 on this page. I am experiencing similar problems. I have 2 computers (a laptop and a desktop) which I recently upgraded to Windows 10. Both computers do not any longer recognize a camera (tried 2 different cameras) in any of the USB ports.
On the desktop PC there are other USB ports in use, which works fine (keyboard, mouse, joy stick, and printer). Apparently the problem is specific for camera devices.
Does any one have an idea how to solve this problem? I also used Drive Booster 2 to update all drives, but the problem is still the same. Somewhere between a successful install of Windows 10 in July, 2015, and a few botched; but now resolved and installed Windows 10 November Service Pack, my Browning camera is no longer recognized as drive D via USB on my Surface Pro3. I have tried two different cables, different USB slots; and ensured that my default action to attached USB devices is to 'always ask me'.