I just got off the phone with Samsung "level 2" tech support. I have been trying to get my Nexus to connect to my Windows XP host (it's actually in a VirtualBox VM running under Linux, but anyway...) so that I can transfer files to it. I downloaded the drivers from Samsung's support site, and the drivers install fine. But, when I go to connect the phone to it via USB, I get the plug-and-play error: "The required section was not found in the INF." Samsung tech support said that the drivers they supply do not work with Windows XP, and that there are simply no MTP drivers for the device available yet for Windows XP. The support guy actually made it sound like they were waiting for Google to make the drivers available. Anybody find anything different? As it seems to stand right now, you can't connect your Galaxy Nexus to your Windows XP computer via MTP. EDITED TO SAY: SOLVED, Upgrading Windows Media Player from version 9 to version 11 solved the problem! Thanks Kevmueller. Samsung tech support was simply wrong.