If you are receiving an error Windows cannot load the device driver (Code 38) for a device manager, it means a previous instance of the device driver is still in memory. In simple words, everytime a device is used, the driver is loaded into memory, and then unloaded. It may so happen, that even though technically the OS doesn't need device anymore, and "thinks" have unloaded, it didn't.

That said, the only way to resolve this issue is to restart your Windows 10 computer. This way the OS will completely offload everything from memory and start fresh.