Device Manager: Code 39

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Device Manager: Code 39

One of the more common device manager errors is code 39, and in most cases the problem is easy to solve.
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  • Category: Windows/Device Handling

  • Submitted on: 2014-06-19 14:13:03

  • Submitted By: Yuri

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The main causes for this problem are:

-A required binary file for the device is missing,
-A required device driver is missing
-A driver is pointing to an entry point in a binary file that is unable to load
-There is a problem with the file it’s I/O process.

The solution might be easier then you think :)    More detail...

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