This tool will not only remove any software, app, extension, or bloatware, but it will handle the leftover files and data as well for you.
This means that any software removes with IObit Uninstaller will be as if it never was on your PC, allowing for a reinstall to feel like a fresh install.
5. Update your BIOS
Updating BIOS is an advanced procedure, and it can cause damage to your PC, therefore, if you decide to update BIOS, we strongly advise you to check your motherboard manual for detailed instructions and be extra cautious.
6. Update your drivers
Some of the most common Windows errors and bugs are a result of old or incompatible drivers. The lack of an up-to-date system can lead to lag, system errors or even BSoDs.To avoid these types of problems, you can use an automatic tool that will find, download, and install the right driver version on your Windows PC in just a couple of clicks, and we strongly recommend DriverFix.Follow these easy steps to safely update your drivers:
- Download and install DriverFix.
- Launch the app.
- Wait for the software to detect all your faulty drivers.
- You will now be presented with a list of all the drivers that have issues, and you just need to select the ones you’d liked fixed.
- Wait for DriverFix to download and install the newest drivers.
- Restart your PC for the changes to take effect.
Keep your Windows safe from any type of errors caused by corrupted drivers, by installing and using DriverFix today!
Disclaimer: this program needs to be upgraded from the free version in order to perform some specific actions.
7. Change the power settings
- Press Windows Key + S on your keyboard and enter Power Options.
- Select Power Options from the list.
- Locate your currently selected power plan and click the Change plan settings.
- Click the Change advanced power settings.
- Locate USB settings and expand it.
- Expand USB selective suspend setting and disable it.
- Click Apply and OK to save changes.
According to users, your power settings can cause this error to appear, and to fix this error you need to disable USB selective suspend setting.
8. Disconnect your webcam
Few users reported that BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER Blue Screen of Death error was caused by their webcam, and according to them, the only solution was to disconnect the webcam.
If you use a webcam, be sure to disconnect it and try it on a different PC to see if it works properly. In case your webcam works on a different PC, the problem is probably caused by outdated webcam driver.
9. Disconnect unnecessary components
Some users reported that they cannot install Windows 10 by using a bootable USB flash drive. According to them, the BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER BSoD error appears every time they try to install Windows 10.
Only workaround so far is to disconnect all peripherals and components that you don’t use. After disconnecting all unnecessary components, the BSoD error should be fixed, and you’ll be able to install Windows 10.
10. Check for faulty hardware
Many Blue Screen of Death errors can be caused by faulty hardware, therefore it’s crucial that you find and remove any faulty hardware.
According to users, few of them managed to fix this error by replacing the faulty motherboard, but bear in mind that almost any hardware component can cause this error to occur.
There are few reports that this error was fixed after replacing the faulty sound card, so be sure to check your sound card as well.
Lastly, make sure that all your components are properly connected. Check for any loosely connected cables, and check if your RAM and other cards are properly connected to your motherboard.
11. Check disk for errors
The BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER error may occurs due to faulty disk files. You can run a disk check using Command Prompt to detect and repair these files.
Start Command Prompt as administrator and type the chkdsk C: /f command followed by Enter. Replace C with the letter of your hard drive partition.
As a quick reminder, if you do not use the /f parameter, chkdsk displays a message that the file needs to be fixed, but it does not fix any errors.
The chkdsk D: /f command detects and repairs logical issues affecting your drive. To repair physical issues, run the /r parameter as well.
12. Scan your USB device
If this error occurs when you connect a USB storage device to your computer, download and install one of these antivirus tools for USB flash drives and check if your USB hardware is infected with malware.
Particular malware and viruses installed on your USB flash drive may cause various errors, including the annoying BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER BSOD error.
13. Uninstall the USB Controller
- Open the Device Manager.
- Find Universal Serial Bus controllers and expand it.
- Right-click the first driver in the Universal Serial Bus section and click Uninstall.
- Repeat the process for all drivers in the Universal Serial Bus section.
- Restart your computer.
14. Update your USB Root Hub drivers
- Open Device Manager.
- Expand Universal Serial Bus controllers section and right-click USB Root Hub.
- Choose Update driver from the menu.
- Now select Search automatically for updated driver software. Windows will automatically install the necessary drivers.
- Repeat these steps for all USB Root Hub devices on your PC.
Your USB should now work again without any issues.
BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER can be a problematic error, but we hope that you managed to fix it by using one of our solutions.