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Code 10 is a general device failure.
This either means the driver is corrupted or your device has failed.
If you have seen the Code 10 Error you're already in device manager, right click on the device and uninstall it. Once this is done, restart the computer and allow it to reinstall. If it works you're done.
If it doesn't go to www.microsoft.com/kb/341060 then scroll down and click on the "Fix It" button. Restart when instructed.
Lastly if that doesn't work the drive is likely dead, replace it with a new drive they only cost $35-$50 these days.
Hope this helps FixYa,
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