2nd September 2013, 04:55 #1
USB Recognition This device cannot start (Code 10) error message
The USB ports used to work.
I tried using a USB drive recently and although the device was recognised
(I got the safely remove icon in the tray), the USB drive was not recognised
(drive not seen in Windows Explorer). I repeated with a second USB drive
but experienced the same.
This device cannot start (Code 10)
I saw the message: Cannot start code 10.
I went to Device Manager and under Human Interface Devices I saw two subdirectories.
Both gave: USB Human Interface Device.
I checked on properties for both and noted that the devies are working and
the drivers are up to date.
I think there must be a driver problem.
Vista crashes after attemting to use the USB drive, but recovers.
I have not tried to use the USB ports for some time, but my last software download
was the free version of Kingsoft Presentation (seems to work well).
Last Windows update was:
Security Update for Windows Vista (KB2803821)
Installation date: 28/08/2013 16:19
Installation status: Successful
2nd September 2013, 13:31 #2
The error message This device cannot start (Code 10) is a Device Manager error code. It is generated when Device Manager can't start the hardware device, due to outdated or corrupted drivers.
You may have to uninstall/reinstall or update your driver.
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