Bekijk de volledige versie : Windows XP code 10 device does not start message

08-05-2004, 13:57
When I inserted the wl-100g card into my laptop, and booted up windows XP (sp1), the card was immediately recognised and the drivers where installed. However at the end of the installation I got a failed to start this device message.

The code 10 message itself according to MS just means that the device could not be started, possibly because not enough hardware resources could be allocated.

Does anyone have an answer? There are no new MS certified drivers that I know off.

I have tried both pcmcia ports, but both with the same result. I cannot find anything in the BIOS that tells me there is something wrong.

The laptop is a Toshiba Satellite 6100 Pro.

Hope someone has the answer!

08-05-2004, 16:12
use the search, and you would have found this:

12-05-2004, 22:29
Been there!: My remmedy: install the latest drivers from ww.asus.com. Nevertheless I still suffer from random win xp freezing (see my posting) :(

12-05-2004, 23:57
if wanted i'll publish the v3.50.21.10 drivers.. these come from linksys.. based upon some speedbooster card ?! but they work fine.. for both my wl100g and wl120g

14-05-2004, 18:44
Antiloop yes please!