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This is the error message i received through my device manager... "Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The driver may be corrupted or missing. (Code 39" Details: SCSI/RAID Host Controller Hardware Ids: ACPI\PNA000 *PNPA000 Device Instance Id: ACPI\PNPA000\4 & 5DI8F2DF & 0 Compatible Ids: GEN_SCSIADAPTER Service: azyrybe0 please help in any way. thank you!!!
Windows cannot find the correct drivers for this device. So, let's research a little bit.
Are you using SATA or RAID on the computer? If not, there is nothing that needs fixing.
If you are, then reinstall the RAID software from your motherboard installation disk, which should repair this issue.
If you do not have the driver installation disk from your motherboard, for whatever reason, go to their website. Almost every motherboard manufacturer provides easy access to drivers.
Posted on May 23, 2009
Please try the following methods:
1. UNINSTALL the DRIVER
-Open the Driver tab on the Device Properties box
-click Uninstall button to remove the current driver
-after the uninstall process is complete. Restart your computer.
Note: It is recommended that you use s Registry Cleaner tool (ex. CCleaner.com) to scan & remove any left behind information of the uninstalled driver to ensure complete removal.
-next, reinstall the Device Driver, to do this, in Device Manager window, right click on the Device Type of the Device you uninstalled & then select the 'Scan for Hardware Changes' command to launch the Add Hardware wizard & reinstall the Driver.
2. Run the Troubleshooting Wizard
-open the faulty's Device Properties box in Device Manager
-on the General tab, click the Troubleshoot button, this will launch the wizard that will enable you to troubleshoot your device
-follow the instructions in this wizard to diagnose the problem with your device & resolve it.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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I guess that this could be your error message:
"Error message when you wake up a Windows XP-based computer from hibernation or from standby: "Power Surge on Hub Port: A USB Device has exceeded the power limits of its hub port"
If it is the case, please try below solution:
When you wake up a Microsoft Windows XP-based computer from hibernation or from standby, you may receive the following error message:
Power Surge on Hub Port: A USB Device has exceeded the power limits of its hub port. This error message is displayed even if there are no USB devices connected to the computer. WORKAROUND loadTOCNode(1, 'workaround'); To work around this issue, disable the USB 2.0-enhanced host controller.
Close Device Manager.
I hope that this should resolve the issue for you.
Please let me know the result.
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Oct 18, 2007 | IBM ThinkPad T43 Notebook
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