Kernel Debugging helps one to find out issues in detail, so if you see Code 53 on a device listed under Device Manager, it means that it has reserved for use by the Windows kernel debugger for the duration of this boot session. (Code 53)

This mostly happens when an IT admin or someone who has enough knowledge about Windows 10 Kernel Debugging is trying to troubleshoot issues around the device.

To resolve this issue, you will need to have admin privileges, and also access to credit command. In the command prompt type

bcdedit /debug off

Once you disable the Windows kernel debugging, it will allow the device to start normally.