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    Device Manager Error Codes and Solutions in Windows


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    Device Manager displays information about each device. This includes the device type, device status, manufacturer, device-specific properties, and information about the driver for the device.

    Device manager can show hidden devices. This is helpful when you are testing the installation of a new PnP device.

    Device Manager provides detailed information in the Properties dialog for each device. Right click on the name of the device, and then click/tap on Properties. The General, Driver, Details, and Events tabs contain information that can be useful when you debug errors.

    For more details about Device Manager, see:
    This tutorial will show you a reference list of error codes in Device Manager and their recommended resolutions in Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10.


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    [table][tr][td]Error Code[/td] [td]Device Status and Solution[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 1[/td] [td]This device is not configured correctly. (Code 1)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause The device has no drivers installed on your computer, or the drivers are configured incorrectly. Recommended Resolution Update the Driver In the device's Properties dialog box, click the Driver tab, and then click Update Driver to start the Hardware Update Wizard. Follow the instructions to update the driver. If updating the driver does not work, see your hardware documentation for more information. Note You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. Windows may have the driver built-in, or may still have the driver files installed from the last time that you set up the device. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor's website.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 3[/td] [td]The driver for this device might be corrupted, or your system may be running low on memory or other resources. (Code 3)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause The device driver may be corrupted, or you are running out of memory; the system is running low on system memory and may need to free up or add more memory. Recommended Resolutions Close some open applications If the computer has insufficient memory to run the device, you can close some applications to make memory available. You can also check memory and system resources, and the virtual memory settings.
    • To check memory and system resources, open Task Manager. To do this, press CTRL+ALT+DELETE, and then click Task Manager.
    • To check virtual memory settings, open the System Properties dialog box, click the Advanced tab, and then click Settings in the Performance area.
    Uninstall and reinstall the driver The device driver may have become corrupted. Uninstall the driver from Device Manager and scan for new hardware to install the driver again.
    • In the device's Properties dialog box, click the Driver tab, and then click Uninstall. Follow the instructions.
    • Restart your computer.
    • Open Device Manager, click Action, and then click Scan for hardware changes. Follow the instructions.
    Note You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. Windows may have the driver built-in, or may still have the driver files installed from the last time that you set up the device. However, sometimes, it will open the New Hardware Wizard which may ask for the driver. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor's website. Install additional RAM You may have to install additional random access memory (RAM).[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 9[/td] [td]Windows cannot identify this hardware because it does not have a valid hardware identification number. For assistance, contact the hardware manufacturer. (Code 9)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause Invalid device IDs for your hardware have been detected by your PC. Recommended Resolutions Contact the hardware vendor. The hardware or the driver is defective.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 10[/td] [td]This device cannot start. Try upgrading the device drivers for this device. (Code 10)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause Typically, the device's hardware key contains a "FailReasonString" value, and the value string is displays an error message defined by the hardware manufacturer. If the hardware key does not contain a “FailReasonString” value the message above is displayed. Recommended resolutions Update the driver In the device's Properties dialog box, click the Driver tab, and then click Update Driver to start the Hardware Update Wizard. Follow the instructions to update the driver. Note You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor’s website.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 12[/td] [td]This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. If you want to use this device, you will need to disable one of the other devices on this system. (Code 12)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause This error can occur if two devices that are installed on your computer have been assigned the same I/O ports, the same interrupt, or the same Direct Memory Access channel (either by the BIOS, the operating system, or both). This error message can also appear if the BIOS did not allocate enough resources to the device. Recommended Resolution Windows Vista and later versions of Windows Use Device Manager to determine the source of and to resolve the conflict. For more information about how to resolve device conflicts, see the Help information about how to use Device Manager. This error message can also appear if the BIOS did not allocate sufficient resources to a device. For example, this message will display if the BIOS does not allocate an interrupt to a USB controller because of an invalid multiprocessor specification (MPS) table. Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, and Windows 2000
    1. Open Device Manager.
    2. Double-click the icon that represents the device in the Device Manager window.
    3. On the device property sheet that appears, click Troubleshoot to start the hardware troubleshooter for the device.
    This error message can also appear if the BIOS did notallocate sufficient resources to a device. For example, this message will be displayed if the BIOS does not allocate an interrupt to a USB controller because of an invalid multiprocessor specification (MPS) table.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 14[/td] [td]This device cannot work properly until you restart your computer. To restart your computer now, click Restart Computer. (Code 14)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Recommended Resolution Restart your computer. From Start, click Shut Down, and then select Restart.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 16[/td] [td]Windows cannot identify all the resources this device uses. To specify additional resources for this device, click the Resources tab and fill in the missing settings. Check your hardware documentation to find out what settings to use. (Code 16)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause The device is only partly configured and might need additional manual configuration of the resources the device requires. Recommended Resolution The following steps might only work if the device is a Plug and Play device. If the device is not Plug and Play, you can refer to the device documentation or contact the device manufacturer for more information.
    1. From Start, search for device manager and select Device Manager from the results.
    2. Double-click the device in the list, and choose the Resources tab.
    3. In the Resource Settings list, check to see if there is a question mark next to a resource. If so, select that resource, and assign it to the device.
    4. If a resource cannot be changed, click Change Settings. If Change Settings is unavailable, try to clear the Use automatic settings check box to make it available.
    [/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 18[/td] [td]Reinstall the drivers for this device. (Code 18)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Recommended Resolution Reinstall the device driver using the Hardware Update wizard
    1. From Start, search for device manager and select Device Manager from the results.
    2. Right-click the device in the list.
    3. On the menu that appears, choose Update Driver to start the Hardware Update wizard.
    Reinstall the device driver manually
    1. From Start, search for device manager and select Device Manager from the results.
    2. Right-click the device in the list.
    3. Select Uninstall from the menu that appears.
    4. After the device is uninstalled, choose Action on the menu bar.
    5. Select Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the driver.
    Note You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor’s website.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 19[/td] [td]Windows cannot start this hardware device because its configuration information (in the registry) is incomplete or damaged. (Code 19)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause This error can result if more than one service is defined for a device, there is a failure opening the service key, or the driver name cannot be obtained from the service key. Recommended Resolution Uninstall and reinstall the driver
    1. From Start, search for device manager and select Device Manager from the results.
    2. Right-click the device in the list.
    3. Select Uninstall from the menu that appears.
    4. After the device is uninstalled, choose Action on the menu bar.
    5. Select Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the driver.
    Note You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor’s website. Revert to the most recent successful registry configuration To roll a system back to the most recent successful configuration of the registry, you can restart the computer in Safe Mode and select the Last Known Good Configuration option, or if you've created a system restore point, you can try restoring to it.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 21[/td] [td]Windows is removing this device. (Code 21)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause This error means that Windows is in the process of removing the device. However, the device has not yet been completely removed. This error code is temporary, and exists only during the attempts to query and then remove a device. Recommended Resolutions You can either wait for Windows to finish removing the device or restart the computer.
    1. Wait several seconds, and then press the F5 key to update the Device Manager view.
    2. If that does not resolve the problem, restart your computer. Click Start, click Shut Down, and then select Restart in the Shut Down Windows dialog box to restart the computer.
    [/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 22[/td] [td]This device is disabled. (Code 22)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause The device was disabled by the user in Device Manager. Recommended Resolution In Device Manager, click Action, and then click Enable Device. This starts the Enable Device wizard. Follow the instructions.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 24[/td] [td]This device is not present, is not working properly, or does not have all its drivers installed. (Code 24)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause The device is installed incorrectly. The problem could be a hardware failure, or a new driver might be needed. Devices stay in this state if they have been prepared for removal. After you remove the device, this error disappears. Recommended Resolution Remove the device, and this error should be resolved.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 28[/td] [td]The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Recommended Resolution Reinstall the device driver manually
    1. From Start, search for device manager and select Device Manager from the results.
    2. Right-click the device in the list.
    3. Select Uninstall from the menu that appears.
    4. After the device is uninstalled, choose Action on the menu bar.
    5. Select Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the driver.
    Note You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor’s website.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 29[/td] [td]This device is disabled because the firmware of the device did not give it the required resources. (Code 29)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Recommended Resolution Enable the device in the BIOS of the device. For information about how to make this change, see the hardware documentation or contact the manufacturer of your computer.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 31[/td] [td]This device is not working properly because Windows cannot load the drivers required for this device. (Code 31)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Recommended Resolution Reinstall the device driver using the Hardware Update wizard
    1. From Start, search for device manager and select Device Manager from the results.
    2. Right-click the device in the list.
    3. On the menu that appears, choose Update Driver to start the Hardware Update wizard.
    Note You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor’s website.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 32[/td] [td]A driver (service) for this device has been disabled.. An alternate driver may be providing this functionality. (Code 32)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause The start type for this driver is set to disabled in the registry. Recommended Resolution Reinstall the device driver manually
    1. From Start, search for device manager and select Device Manager from the results.
    2. Right-click the device in the list.
    3. Select Uninstall from the menu that appears.
    4. After the device is uninstalled, choose Action on the menu bar.
    5. Select Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the driver.
    Note You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor’s website.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 33[/td] [td]Windows cannot determine which resources are required for this device. (Code 33)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause The translator that determines the kinds of resources that are required by the device has failed. Recommended Resolutions
    1. Try using the BIOS setuputility, or update the BIOS.
    2. Configure, repair, or replace hardware.
    Contact the device hardware vendor for more information about updating your BIOS and how to configure or replace the device.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 34[/td] [td]Windows cannot determine the settings for this device. Consult the documentation that came with this device and use the Resource tab to set the configuration. (Code 34)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Recommended Resolution The device requires manual configuration. See the hardware documentation or contact the hardware vendor for instructions on manually configuring the device. After you configure the device itself, you can use the Resources tab in Device Manager to configure the resource settings in Windows.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 35[/td] [td]Your computer's system firmware does not include enough information to properly configure and use this device. To use this device, contact your computer manufacturer to obtain a firmware or BIOS update. (Code 35)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause The Multiprocessor System (MPS) table, which stores the resource assignments for the BIOS, is missing an entry for your device and must be updated. Recommended Resolution Contact the manufacturer of your computer to update the BIOS.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 36[/td] [td]This device is requesting a PCI interrupt but is configured for an ISA interrupt (or vice versa). Please use the computer's system setup program to reconfigure the interrupt for this device. (Code 36)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause The interrupt request (IRQ) translation failed. Recommended Resolution Change the settings for IRQ reservations in the BIOS. For more information about how to change BIOS settings, see the hardware documentation or contact the manufacturer of your computer. You can also try to use the BIOS setup tool to change the settings for IRQ reservations (if such options exist). The BIOS might have options to reserve certain IRQs for peripheral component interconnect (PCI) or ISA devices.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 37[/td] [td]Windows cannot initialize the device driver for this hardware. (Code 37)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause The driver returned a failure when it executed the DriverEntry routine. Recommended Resolution Reinstall the device driver manually
    1. From Start, search for device manager and select Device Manager from the results.
    2. Right-click the device in the list.
    3. Select Uninstall from the menu that appears.
    4. After the device is uninstalled, choose Action on the menu bar.
    5. Select Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the driver.
    Note You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor’s website.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 38[/td] [td]Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware because a previous instance of the device driver is still in memory. (Code 38)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause The driver could not be loaded because a previous instance is still loaded. Recommended Resolution Restart your computer. From Start, click Shut Down, and then select Restart.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 39[/td] [td]Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The driver may be corrupted or missing. (Code 39)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Recommended Resolution Reinstall the device driver manually
    1. From Start, search for device manager and select Device Manager from the results.
    2. Right-click the device in the list.
    3. Select Uninstall from the menu that appears.
    4. After the device is uninstalled, choose Action on the menu bar.
    5. Select Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the driver.
    Note You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor’s website.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 40[/td] [td]Windows cannot access this hardware because its service key information in the registry is missing or recorded incorrectly. (Code 40)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause Information in the registry's service subkey for the driver is invalid. Recommended Resolution Reinstall the device driver manually
    1. From Start, search for device manager and select Device Manager from the results.
    2. Right-click the device in the list.
    3. Select Uninstall from the menu that appears.
    4. After the device is uninstalled, choose Action on the menu bar.
    5. Select Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the driver.
    Note You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor’s website.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 41[/td] [td]Windows successfully loaded the device driver for this hardware but cannot find the hardware device. (Code 41)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause This problem occurs if you install a driver for a non-Plug and Play device, but Windows cannot find the device. Recommended Resolution Reinstall the device driver manually
    1. From Start, search for device manager and select Device Manager from the results.
    2. Right-click the device in the list.
    3. Select Uninstall from the menu that appears.
    4. After the device is uninstalled, choose Action on the menu bar.
    5. Select Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the driver.
    Note You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor’s website.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 42[/td] [td]Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware because there is a duplicate device already running in the system. (Code 42)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause A duplicate device was detected. This error occurs when a bus driver incorrectly creates two identically named sub-processes (known as a bus driver error), or when a device with a serial number is discovered in a new location before it is removed from the old location. Recommended Resolution Restart your computer. From Start, click Shut Down, and then select Restart.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 43[/td] [td]Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause One of the drivers controlling the device notified the operating system that the device failed in some manner. Recommended Resolution If you have already tried the "Try these steps first" section, check the hardware documentation or contact the manufacturer for more information about diagnosing the problem. Reinstall the device driver manually
    1. From Start, search for device manager and select Device Manager from the results.
    2. Right-click the device in the list.
    3. Select Uninstall from the menu that appears.
    4. After the device is uninstalled, choose Action on the menu bar.
    5. Select Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the driver.
    Note You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor’s website.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 44[/td] [td]An application or service has shut down this hardware device. (Code 44)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Recommended Resolution Restart your computer. From Start, click Shut Down, and then select Restart.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 45[/td] [td]Currently, this hardware device is not connected to the computer. To fix this problem, reconnect this hardware device to the computer. (Code 45)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause This error occurs if a device that was previously connected to the computer is no longer connected. To resolve this problem, reconnect this hardware device to the computer. Recommended Resolution No resolution is necessary. This error code is only used to indicate the disconnected status of the device and does not require you to resolve it. The error code resolves automatically when you connect the associated device to the computer.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 46[/td] [td]Windows cannot gain access to this hardware device because the operating system is in the processof shutting down. The hardware device should work correctly next time you start your computer. (Code 46)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause The device is not available because the system is shutting down. Recommended Resolution No resolution is necessary. The hardware device should work correctly next time that you start the computer. This error code is only set when Driver Verifier is enabled and all applications have already been shut down.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 47[/td] [td]Windows cannot use this hardware device because it has been prepared for safe removal, but it has not been removed from the computer. To fix this problem, unplug this device from your computer and then plug it in again. (Code 47)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause This error code occurs only if you used the Safe Removal application to prepare the device for removal, or pressed a physical eject button. Recommended Resolution Unplug the device from the computer, and then plug it back in. Restart your computer if that doesn't resolve the error. From Start, click Shut Down, and then select Restart.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 48[/td] [td]The software for this device has been blocked from starting because it is known to have problems with Windows. Contact the hardware vendor for a new driver. (Code 48)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Recommended Resolution Contact the manufacturer of your hardware device to obtain the latest version or the updated driver. Then, install it on your computer.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 49[/td] [td]Windows cannot start new hardware devices because the system hive is too large (exceeds the Registry Size Limit). (Code 49)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause The system hive has exceeded its maximum size and new devices cannot work until the size is reduced. The system hive is a permanent part of the registry associated with a set of files that contains information related to the configuration of the computer on which the operating system is installed. Configured items include applications, user preferences, devices, and so on. The problem might be specific devices that are no longer attached to the computer but are still listed in the system hive. Recommended Resolution Uninstall any hardware devices that you are no longer using.
    1. Set Device Manager to show devices that are no longer connected to the computer.
      • From Start, click Run.
      • In the Open box, type cmd. The Command Prompt window opens.
      • At the prompt, type the following command, and then press Enter: set devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices=1
      • In Device Manager, click View, and then click Show hidden devices. You will now be able to see devices that are not connected to the computer.
    2. Select a non-present device. On the Driver tab, choose Uninstall.
    3. Repeat step 3 for any non-present devices that you are no longer using. Then restart your computer.
    4. Check the device Properties dialog box in Device Manager to see whether the error is resolved.
    [/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 50[/td] [td]Windows cannot apply all of the properties for this device. Device properties may include information that describes the device's capabilities and settings (such as security settings for example). To fix this problem, you can try reinstalling this device. However,we recommend that you contact the hardware manufacturer for a new driver. (Code 50)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Recommended Resolution Reinstall the device driver manually
    1. From Start, search for device manager and select Device Manager from the results.
    2. Right-click the device in the list.
    3. Select Uninstall from the menu that appears.
    4. After the device is uninstalled, choose Action on the menu bar.
    5. Select Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the driver.
    Note You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendor’s website.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 51[/td] [td]This device is currently waiting on another device or set of devices to start. (Code 51)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Recommended Resolution There is currently no resolution to this problem. To help diagnose the problem, examine other failed devices in the device tree that this device might depend on. If you can determine why another related device did not start, you might be able to resolve this issue.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 52[/td] [td]Windows cannot verify the digital signature for the drivers required for this device. A recent hardware or software change might have installed a file that is signed incorrectly or damaged, or that might be malicious software from an unknown source. (Code 52)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause The driver may be unsigned or corrupted. Recommended Resolution Download the latest driver from the hardware manufacturer's website, or contact the manufacturer for help.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 53[/td] [td]This device has been reserved for use by the Windows kernel debugger for the duration of this boot session. (Code 53)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Recommended Resolution Disable Windows kernel debugging to allow the device to start normally.[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Code 54[/td] [td]This device has failed and is undergoing a reset. (Code 54)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td][/td] [td]Cause This is an intermittent problem code assigned while an ACPI reset method is being executed. If the device never restarts due to a failure, it will be stuck in this state and the system should be rebooted. Recommended Resolution Restart your computer. From Start, click Shut Down, and then select Restart.[/td] [/tr] [/table]



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    Alienware R4 M290x Code 43 HELP

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  3. Pavan_N Win User
    All USB storage devices have code 39 error

    Hi Ilya,

    Please answer these questions to assist you better.

    • Do you get same error codes in the Device manager too?
    • Does this issue occurs in other hardware components like keyboard and mouse?
    • What is the make and model of your computer?
    • Do you get same error when you connect your extenal hard drive to a different computer running Windows 10?

    I appreciate the troubleshooting steps you have tried to resolve the issue.

    I suggest you to check in Device Manager and check if you get the same error code. If yes follow link and perform the troubleshooting steps suggested under
    Code 39

    Error codes in Device Manager in Windows.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/310123#bookmark-39

    Do let us know if the same code 39 shows under all USB storage devices. Thank you.
     
    Pavan_N, Oct 27, 2019
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  4. Device Manager Error Codes and Solutions in Windows

    Radio Switch Device Error Code 19

    Hi Kara,

    Thank you for bringing up your query on Microsoft Community.

    We sincerely regret for the inconvenience caused, and appreciate the steps you have taken so far to fix this issue.

    The error code 19 describes that, Windows cannot start this hardware device because its configuration information (in the registry) is incomplete or damaged.

    Recommended resolution

    • Uninstall and reinstall the driver.
    • Revert to the most recent successful registry configuration.
    Before we could reset the computer to factory settings, I suggest you to refer to the below article and perform the troubleshooting steps suggested for error code 19.

    Error codes in Device Manager in Windows.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/310123#bookmark-19

    Hope it helps.

    Let us know the status, we are happy to assist you further.
     
    Abdul_Malik, Oct 27, 2019
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  5. Multiple device drivers with Code 52 leading to a myriad of other errors

    Hello,

    Let us first resolve the Code 52 error before proceeding with reinstalling Windows 10. We suggest that you uninstall the drivers that are indicated with a yellow triangle and then re-install if from device's support site. Here are the steps:

    • Search for Device Manager.
    • Look for the drivers you are referring to.
    • Right-click on it and then choose Uninstall.
    • Download the driver from the device's support site.
    Let us know how it goes.
     
    Jamille Nar, Oct 27, 2019
    #5
  6. “This device cannot start” Code 10 error in Device Manager after upgrade to Windows 10.

    Hello Gurpreet,



    Thank you for posting on Microsoft Community. We will assist you in resolving the issue.



    A Code 10 error is generated in Device Manager in one of the following situations:




    • Device Manager cannot start the device.

    • One of the drivers that the device needs does not start.

    • Device Manager has insufficient information to recognize the error that is bubbled up by the device driver.


    Note: In this situation, the Code 10 error can be a very generic message that indicates some kind of unspecified driver or device problem.



    I suggest you to refer to the link below on Fix: “This device cannot start” Code 10 error in Device Manager in Windows
    and check if it helps in resolving the issue.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/943104



    Write back to us with the status of the issue on the same post for further assistance. Your reply is most important for us to ensure we assist you accordingly.



    Thank you.
     
    Likhitha V, Oct 27, 2019
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    PnP device showing Driver Error with Code 10 in Device Manager: I've been having problem getting my device connected to my laptop. Recently purchased the Acer Aspire 3 (A315-41G-R5RJ) running AMD Ryzen 3 2200U, and a Behringer X-Touch Universal Control Surface for my audio work. The problem I’m facing right now is I’m not able to...
  3. Windows Error Code 22 (Device manager)

    in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware
    Windows Error Code 22 (Device manager): Hi All, I have been trying to install a scanner (fujitsu fi 7160) I have downloaded the relevant driver from the fujitsu website. Everything has been connected. Windows seems to pick up the device under printers and scanners but when I try to use the scanner itself within...
  4. windows webcam not working error code, not showing in device manager

    in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware
    windows webcam not working error code, not showing in device manager: Basically as you may have guessed from the subject i cannot use my webcam, there is an error message which is 0xA00F4244<NocamerasAreAttached> i have googled many different forums how to resolve this, i have tried resetting the settings nothing changed, i have tried...
  5. Error code: 43 in Device Manager for Graphics driver

    in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware
    Error code: 43 in Device Manager for Graphics driver: My pc is an HP Pavilion 15 and the graphics drivers are AMD Radeon(TM) R5 Graphics and AMD Radeon(TM) R8 M445DX. Yes, I've tried installing the drivers through the amd and doesn't work, tried uninstalling them and reinstalling them but keep getting error/code 43. the only...
  6. Windows 10 Upgrade error codes and solutions

    in Windows 10 News
    Windows 10 Upgrade error codes and solutions: [ATTACH] [ATTACH]If your Windows 10 Upgrade has failed and if you have noted down the error code, then this post offers some basic solutions to troubleshoot & resolve the problem. We have seen how to troubleshoot Windows 10 Installation & Update [...] This post Windows 10...
  7. Device Manager Error

    in Windows 10 Customization
    Device Manager Error: Hello, I have a problem with Device Manager! When I type "Device Manager" and open as normal it's appear this message down below, but when I open it from Control Panels, I can open normally. How to fix this? [ATTACH] Windows 10 Insider 1903 (Build 18346.1)...
  8. Windows 10 Device Manager Multiple Code 12 Errors

    in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware
    Windows 10 Device Manager Multiple Code 12 Errors: I recently installed Windows 10 on an older EarthWalk Lap15EW12 and right after that i noticed in device manager that multiple devices were giving Code 12s and were not usable. Here are the devices listed 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller Broadcom 802.11G Wireless...
  9. Device Manager, Yellow triangles, No error codes

    in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware
    Device Manager, Yellow triangles, No error codes: In another thread, I showed a screenshot of my Device Manager with yeoow triangles against the Display Adapter and the Storage Controllers: https://www.tenforums.com/attachment...e-manager1.png When I expand any of those items, there are no error codes and they all say...
  10. Device Manager, Yellow triangles, No error codes

    in Windows 10 Support
    Device Manager, Yellow triangles, No error codes: In another thread, I showed a screenshot of my Device Manager with yeoow triangles against the Display Adapter and the Storage Controllers: https://www.tenforums.com/attachment...e-manager1.png When I expand any of those items, there are no error codes and they all say...