USB SuperSpeed error code 43

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  1. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 Version 2004

    You can disabled driver updates, option 4 this tutorial.

    Enable or Disable Driver Updates in Windows Update in Windows 10

    At least you got the process nailed down.
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  2. Posts : 20
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Ha, had to reinstall Fernando's USB driver again. Win 10 must have "updated" the driver again. So strange. So funny.

    Thanks again to everyone here.

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  3. Posts : 64
    Win 10 Pro

    What specific driver did you have to install? I tried his modded+signed and after restart same problem.
    Z370 board
    I seem to recall someone doing either something with usbtree type app or resetting CMOS in the bios to resolve this?

    UPDATE + FIX (when Win-RAID drivers don't resolve, which happens more often than not):

    So, having had this happen in the past I had this niggling feeling that I had spent a LOT of time trying to resolve this before, and what's interesting is that having gone through my saved notes (took me a moment to find), is that even after a completely fresh install of Win 10, the exact same problem persisted. Really.

    After much trial and error, the solution to this issue actually lies not within Windows, but instead with the motherboard itself.
    It seems that when a USB port fails to reset, quite often Windows cannot resolve, which was evidenced after a clean install from scratch.
    Instead the actual port(s) on the motherboard has kind of gotten into a pickle - I have a LOT of USB devices.

    Solution was quite simple, but I thought I should detail for anyone else in the future who may have this issue, and cannot resolve after spending hours with modified USB drivers.

    Power down the PC
    Unplug the power from the PSU/Wall
    Remove ALL USB connections
    Reset the CMOS (button or jumper depending on your board)
    Plug back in power + keyboard only at this stage
    Start PC and BIOS will prompt to enter (like 1st time install)
    Have it set to your Win 10 boot drive
    When in Win 10 begin to reconnect your USB devices one at a time and wait until they are recognized

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