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This Device Cannot Start. (code 10) Windows 10

Any one has fix different then whats mentioned underneath? -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Title: Linksys PCMCIA Wireless Card Returns Code 10 asked by psolli on 07/18/2004 03:25PM PDT This solution was worth 125 http://discussions.virtualdr.com/showthread.php?175536-Belkin-This-Device-Cannot-Start-(Code-10) I have also found suggestions of clearing the driver cache, and also checking msinfo32 to no avail. This Device Cannot Start. (code 10) Usb The PCMCIA works fine on the laptop but the desktop is a different matter. This Device Cannot Start. (code 10) Network Adapter I have seen many other posts about this but no successful solutions.

I did not get a 'Device failed to start' error message though. navigate here It's not the card or it's specific driver....it's windows. but i take the same card and plug it in PCMCIA slot 2, it gives the This device cannot start. (Code 10) error. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. 10 Code Meanings

I looked into this, i had two choices. 1 - Stop the service 2 - Restart the service Clicked Restart the service, then re-booted but still didnt work Not tried the For the IEEE card, I get two items that appear in the device manager: the first is the one that appears to be working ok, and that's the VIA OHCI Compliant Is there something wrong with the hardware? Check This Out I'm wondering why the card is acting like a network adapter in the first place.

Nijas Nizam 247,873 views 3:06 FIX Teredo Tunneling Error Code 10 (How To) - Duration: 1:46. This Device Cannot Start. (code 10) A Device Which Does Not Exist Was Specified. pcmcia Wireless card. Reply With Quote August 12th, 2009,03:08 PM #8 prouton View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Virtual Resident Join Date Feb 2000 Location Fullerton, CA, USA Posts 726 You need to

I personally think a new laptop is required, but still worth a try.

This device cannot start. (Code 10) 1394 Net Adapter. I'll post back when I have attempted all of the above. If your brave enough you could try all of those but backup all your important stuff first ! This Device Cannot Start. (code 10) Usb To Serial I am not using the card for networking.

Check if the wireless zero configuration is started. When I click on the icon to see what the problem is, that's when I see that it says: This device cannot start (Code 10). I have tried the card on another laptop and there it installs fine. http://ibuildsystem.com/this-device/this-device-cannot-start-code-10-cd-rom.php Phew all typed out for now - go as far as your comfortable with for now, post back any more info (I love a challenge) It's probably the slot that's knackered

many thanks Kempes Kempes View Public Profile Find More Posts by Kempes 01-14-2009, 07:30 AM #4 Kempes Registered User Join Date: Oct 2004 Posts: booting up in safe mode and deleting ghost instances in Dev Manager = Same problem. SOS - PC 805,282 views 4:14 How To Fix WIFI Issue in Windows 8/8.1/10 - Duration: 4:06. I do have the the nic1394.sys driver installed.

There aren't any drivers on disk, or even ones available anywhere else for that matter. Register Help Remember Me? OK, I have now tried the following. thanks - mickee from hk Top 1. "This Device Cannot Start (Code 10)" for IEEE 1394 in XP I am getting the error in device manager under "1394