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    Error code 43 at my USB connections

    Well, how the title already says: I can't pendrivers, phone and etc. to my PC connect - I did let after the newest firmware update run, but I've nevertheless the error report (43) get.

    I tried also at several forums an solution in this case to find - but I got 1000000 explanations, where then...


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    Re: Error code 43 at my USB connections

    It's one of those super-generic Windows error messages, which in this case simply means the device driver failed to properly recognise your device. If you started experiencing this problem after a firmware update (Windows update?), chances are it broke one or more of your USB drivers. (The alternate possibilities are a malfunctioning motherboard or your USB device being physically damaged.)

    The suggested solution is usually to uninstall and reinstall the problematic driver.

    1. Plug in your device.
    2. Go to Device Manager (may be called differently if you're using a non-English Windows) by going to Start and typing devmgmt.msc
    3. Expand the "Universal Serial Bus controllers" section (again, may be named differently, but you should recognise it by the USB icon).
    4. See if anything on the list has a ! on the icon. This indicates a device that isn't properly recognised. Right-click and uninstall it.
    5. Unplug your device and plug it back in. If Windows fails to reinstall the driver this way, try a reboot.
    6. If nothing on the list has a ! on the icon, try uninstalling everything under the USB section, then reboot.
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    Re: Error code 43 at my USB connections

    Quote Originally Posted by Ignis View Post
    It's one of those super-generic Windows error messages, which in this case simply means the device driver failed to properly recognise your device. If you started experiencing this problem after a firmware update (Windows update?), chances are it broke one or more of your USB drivers. (The alternate possibilities are a malfunctioning motherboard or your USB device being physically damaged.)

    The suggested solution is usually to uninstall and reinstall the problematic driver.

    1. Plug in your device.
    2. Go to Device Manager (may be called differently if you're using a non-English Windows) by going to Start and typing devmgmt.msc
    3. Expand the "Universal Serial Bus controllers" section (again, may be named differently, but you should recognise it by the USB icon).
    4. See if anything on the list has a ! on the icon. This indicates a device that isn't properly recognised. Right-click and uninstall it.
    5. Unplug your device and plug it back in. If Windows fails to reinstall the driver this way, try a reboot.
    6. If nothing on the list has a ! on the icon, try uninstalling everything under the USB section, then reboot.
    Well, I get of course from Windows the updates - but if I the refreshing of the firmware start then says: That has already get the newest version...

    But I've unhappily not the driver of the USB not, where then meaningless is (not?)...>_>

    But this is what me shows (Notice: My PC is on Hungarian system!)
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    TL: "The Windows has shut down the device, because it has a problem noticed (Code: 43)"
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    Re: Error code 43 at my USB connections

    This is the primary information source (Microsoft) :
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l...(v=ws.10).aspx

    ...almost same as Ignis says

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    Re: Error code 43 at my USB connections

    Your Windows version holds little relevance. It may be updated to the latest version, but it doesn't necessarily mean your drivers are. In fact, a Windows update could've caused your drivers to malfunction. As kero-kero linked above, it's a rather common problem with a very generic error code. The suggested solution is always the same, unless it involves hardware failure.

    Some also suggest to completely power down your computer (unplug electricity, deactivate power supply, and take out the battery if it's a laptop), wait for one or two minutes, then turn it back on. Supposedly, this is done to cut off electricity to the motherboard, which can help refresh some configuration and thus help with problematic USB drivers. I've seen people testify to this working, although I've never had to result to it and thus have never tried it myself.

    I can't see the images you attached (how about just using a free image host like **********?), but if it says that Windows noticed a problem and shut down the device with error code 43, then that's the generic error code I mentioned. Have you actually tried doing the steps I suggested in my previous post, which are essentially the same as the steps outlined on the Microsoft Technet site kero-kero linked?

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    Re: Error code 43 at my USB connections

    Quote Originally Posted by Ignis View Post
    Some also suggest to completely power down your computer (unplug electricity, deactivate power supply, and take out the battery if it's a laptop), wait for one or two minutes, then turn it back on. Supposedly, this is done to cut off electricity to the motherboard, which can help refresh some configuration and thus help with problematic USB drivers. I've seen people testify to this working, although I've never had to result to it and thus have never tried it myself.

    I can't see the images you attached (how about just using a free image host like **********?), but if it says that Windows noticed a problem and shut down the device with error code 43, then that's the generic error code I mentioned. Have you actually tried doing the steps I suggested in my previous post, which are essentially the same as the steps outlined on the Microsoft Technet site kero-kero linked?
    1st: I've only a PC - no laptop.

    2nd: Did tired after your direction to go, but unhappily the same result is came...>_>
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    Re: Error code 43 at my USB connections

    Quote Originally Posted by nanashi1 View Post
    1st: I've only a PC - no laptop.

    2nd: Did tired after your direction to go, but unhappily the same result is came...>_>
    If indeed this is a cause by the recent microsoft update then there must be a problem with the hardware driver.
    Simply re-install CD that comes with your motherboard/laptop and restart.
    But it could be caused by recently installed programs as well.
    Do a system restore.
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    Re: Error code 43 at my USB connections

    As far as I'm concerned, it could be a driver issue and this driver-related problem can be resolved by getting a new USB driver.
    This is how I downloaded and installed the drivers:
    1. Download DriverTuner Program at: http://www.official-drivers.com/;
    2. Launch DriverTuner and click "Start Scan" button, DriverTuner will scan your computer and find all of Windows drivers. Then recommend the latest Windows drivers.
    3. Click the "Download" button, DriverTuner will install all of missed Windows drivers for you.
    Hope this could work for you guys.

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