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Windows 7: Code 10 in Device Manager, Unable to Discover WD 2TB

14 Feb 2010   #1
MiKe092

Windows 7 Prem
 
 
Code 10 in Device Manager, Unable to Discover WD 2TB

Hiya, i've been doing a bit of investigating into why i can't discover my MyBookWorld Edition 2TB. Hopped into device Manager an ther's a few devices code 10, Unable to start. Heres a Piccy

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Not sure what the go with it, i was thinking about unistalling some of the network adaptors as some of them are not needed (i think) and maybe reinstalling because of the Code 10. Btw, i just solved some Blue screen Probs, running MSE as Norton Internet Security 2009 Firewall was resulting in one of the Blue screens, Im using latest WD Discovery Software 1.61, Updated All drivers most of them are current im pretty sure. The MyBookWorld device has just had a firmware update 01.01.16.

Is there anyway of figuring out which are out of date? I don't update the Devices through Device Manager or windows Update as i've been told.

Not sure where to go or what do? Im running the external HDD Through an Access Point, where the network is transmitted from. The HDD can be accessed on another laptop on the network wirelessly and by cable. I have tried both with the win& Laptop but not working. Btw, IT WAS WORKING before drivers got updated. Im Hoping the community can help me solve this Prob or at least find whats wrong with the devices. Any help is much appreciated and im sure is gonna be help.

Mike




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14 Feb 2010   #2
acurasd

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I dont know if this may help but its a possibility...

try updating your Chipset drivers which will enable to update your usb drivers as well for the motherboard. Sometimes that helps...
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14 Feb 2010   #3
MiKe092

Windows 7 Prem
 
 

Alritey i'll let you know how it goes
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14 Feb 2010   #5
MiKe092

Windows 7 Prem
 
 

Thx for the input
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14 Feb 2010   #6
mlevy

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Those devices are related to the IPv6 tunnel for using IPv6 on an IPv4 network. I had to fix those issues on my computer, see the following thread, it fixed mine..
IPv6 is on, but can't join homegroup!

acurasd, the MyBook World Edition is a network-attached drive, the only USB port on it is for connecting a USB device TO it for sharing or extra space.
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14 Feb 2010   #7
MiKe092

Windows 7 Prem
 
 

Ye i know about the USB, eanables increased storage it's wired though ethernet port in the back, im not sure whats the go is with it? Thanks for the input on IPv6 networking fixed me up on that bit but still got probs with MBW
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14 Feb 2010   #8
MiKe092

Windows 7 Prem
 
 

Intel® Chipset Identification Utility

System Information

Detected Chipset: Mobile Intel® 5 Series Chipset

Chipset Components
Platform Component Hub: Intel® PM55 SATA Controller found in AHCI mode

You wouldnt happen to have a link for updating this chipset?
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14 Feb 2010   #9
acurasd

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Since it is intel... go to this link. install the applet...
and have the website automatically find your drivers


Intel® Driver Update Utility
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14 Feb 2010   #10
MiKe092

Windows 7 Prem
 
 

Thanks for the Link, updated still no solution to the WD Discovery of HDD which is wired through Acess Point, Not sure how to find a solution to it Code 10 resolved within Device Manager thnx to Mlevy just need to solve The Discovery of The Networked HDD
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