This error usually pops up when you connect your device to your computer using a USB connection. It means that the computer was unable to successfully establish a connection with the device; hence the device driver installation failed.
We can try running one command on your command prompt related to the local group on your computer. Most of the time the error message is just caused by the UAC restricting the computer from installing the required device drivers. We can try changing that through the command prompt and check if this solves the problem.
Another reason why this error might be occurring is that your registry settings might be set not to recognize and install an external device. We can try changing the registry settings by deleting one entry and check if this solves the problem at hand.
First of all, make sure that you have selected the MTP protocol on your phone. In most modern phones, you have a choice of connection type whenever the device is plugged into a PC port. Swipe down on your phone to reveal the connection notification and select MTP or File Transfer from the options. Most phones select a charging-only mode by default and you have to manually choose a file transfer mode.
When you plug in a smartphone or MTP camera to your computer for the first time, the drivers for the device are automatically installed. These drivers enable a connection to be established between the two devices over USB.
Driver Updater will scan your system for obsolete, missing, and corrupt drivers and find the latest, official version for you. All you have to do is click a button to commence the installation. The tool will even save your current driver for you in case you want to use it later. 2b1af7f3a8