Have you tried deactivating and reactivating the device?
I didn't. None of the USB appear in the BIOS, I tried booting windows in Legacy mode, UEFI mode and resulted in the same error. The USB just wouldn't work. Also, all of the USB ports give out power, but they do not read the device, that is inserted. But still give out power (for example: gives power to USB flash LED indicators, charges phone, etc.). But unfortunately, the data is not being read. Any advice, what should I do?
Step 1. Click "Start" button and type "Device Manager".
Step 2. Open "Device Manager".
Step 2. Find "Universal Serial Bus controllers section" and expand it.
Step 3. Right-click on each USB device and then click "Uninstall" to remove them one by one.
Step 4. Reboot your desktop or laptop.
Step 5. Allow Windows to install the USB drivers.
Step 6. After the installation is complete, plug in the USB device again to check whether the code 10 issue is resolved.
With NOTHING in any of the usb ports, do these errors still appear in Device Manager? Jack E/NJ
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