WPD file system Volume driver

Every time my computer starts a window indicates that the WPD file system volume driver should be updated. I'm updating, but it continues to offer whenever I start my computer. How to stop and what is WPD?


Please read this thread:
http://social.technet.Microsoft.com/forums/en/itprovistahardware/thread/afa881a1-1216-4c88-a1d8-f9add1827dc5 Good luck, Rick Rogers, aka "Crazy" - Microsoft MVP http://mvp.support.microsoft.com Windows help - www.rickrogers.org

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