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Device won't start Code 10

I had my adapter running for a month or two.  Suddenly I came home and turn on the computer and then my Xbox and I had no connection to my 360.
I check on my network setting and my NexxTech card Icon was no longer showing.  I went into device manager and had it uninstall and then reinstalled.  That did not work. I opened my hub and detached the card then reattached it and when I went to run the add new hardware it showed the card but said the card will not work correctly.  So other than buying a new card.  Is there anything else I can do.  Oh yeah I am running windows xp

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Try starting in Safe mode (press F8) before the WinXP start screen appears, then uninstall the device. Also you can check "Show Hidden Devices" in device manager.

Also try a different slot if there is one available.

Code 10 means there isn't any resources or address left for your card.

Also make sure your BIOS is set for automatic plug and play mode in case the setting was reset somehow.

Mike

Posted on Oct 31, 2007

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