s.frings wrote:The Mindstorms device does not call itself "GPS Camera". So if your operating system shows that name, the bluetooth settings of Windows are obvisouly broken. I would try to reinstall Windows or use another computer and then retry.
That one time, I chose "search for drivers online" and windows downloaded some drivers from windows update. After that, the NXT was called "GPS something" - maybe it was that camera too.
: I can confirm this! Today, I bootet my old Windows 7 installation which detected the NXT (in firmware update mode) as "GPS Camera Detect (COM12)".
I would recommend, that the person who has the problem installs the Lego drivers. You then may have to right click the device in the device manager, then chose "update driver" and switch to the lego drivers manually.
With the wrong drivers, you wont be able to flash the device.
The even better method is to install the Lego drivers before you connect the NXT for the first time.