Have a Win7 x64 Clevo N240JU laptop which refuses to work with any USB drives (USB 2 or 3). The drives work fine on other computers.
As you'll see from the screen caps. The usb device appears in Device Manager but with the error "This device cannot start. (Code 10)".
What I've tried:
Use USB 2 and the USB3 port on the laptop
Removed all USB Controllers and Mass Storage Devices and let Win reinstall them
Removed all USB Controllers and Mass Storage Devices and reinstalled using Intel Update utility, which manually downloaded the drivers for me.
Tried to look for a BIOS update but there is none.
Also tried the MS USB fix tool - https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/17614/automatically-diagnose-and-fix-windows-usb-problems
Also tired this but the keys don't exist
Delete UpperFilters and/or LowerFilters
This is the drive list page for the laptop - Worth a reinstall of the Chipset or is that not related?
One other strange thing is the driver details for the Kingston Thumb Drive (see image cap) show the Intel Rapid Storage Driver, could this be messing with things?
I'm really struggling to see where the issue is here, weather it's the USB inf files in Windows or the USB Controller Drivers itself.
Hope you can help, these were ment to be built and shipped to the client today!