1. The cause of error code 43 usb windows 10?
Error Code 43 is one of Device Manager’s error codes, this error occurs when Device Manager stops a hardware device because the Hard reports to Windows that it has some unspecified problem.
This message means a hardware problem ordriver problem that Windows doesn’t see but affects the hardware.
Detailed information about Device Manager error codes such as Code 43 is available in the Device Status section of the device properties.
The most common is when we plug a USB drive into a computer, laptop running Windows, and one of the main USB drivers encounters an error, and the operating system will display the error message as above. And of course, you won’t be able to use that USB drive. More specifically, in the process Windows starts up, or when connecting a USB device, there is a damaged USB driver (we often call it that) but the memory buffer needed to fill the complete driver system.
2. How to fix code 43 usb windows 10?
Make sure you do these things before doing the other Fixes in the article:
- Reconnect Device – Unplug & replug device, switch USB port.
- Replace Connection Cable – If the cable is broken, change a new one and reconnect the device to PC.
- Restart PC – Unplug the problematic device, reboot PC. When PC restarts, reconnect and check the device.
Method 1: Update USB/Device Driver
Step 1. Go to “Search”, type device manager, and choose “Device Manager” from the result.
Step 2. Find and right-click the problematic device and choose “Properties”.
Step 3. Click “Driver” and then choose “Update Driver”.
Step 4. Click “Search automatically for updated driver software”.
Method 2: Uninstall the USB driver
If the USB hardware already has the latest driver, try uninstalling the driver to reinstall it. Instead of selecting Update section driver software from the USB device’s context menu in Device Manager, you should click the Uninstall option instead.
Next, you should turn off the laptop and remove the USB hardware. Now turn on the PC and plug the USB device back in. Windows should detect and reinstall the USB hardware driver (but if it doesn’t recognize rarer devices, you can still download and install the required drivers from the manufacturer’s website undermanual way)
Method 3: Uninstall USB Controllers.
Step 1: Press Windows + R to open the Run window, and type “devmgmt.msc” into it and press Enter or click OK to open the Device Manager window.
Step 2: On the Device Manager window, find and expand the item Universal Serial Bus Controllers.
Step 3: Plug in the USB with the error “USB device not recognized by Windows”.
Step 4: On the Universal Serial Bus controllers window, you will see an Unknown USB device item with a yellow exclamation point icon.
Step 5: Find and right-click it and select Uninstall to uninstall the device.
Step 6: Finally restart your computer and the driver will automatically be installed.
Ok above are the 3 ways that I most often use to fix code 43 usb windows 10? – Good luck