Code 19, as indicated by the error message, “Windows cannot start this hardware device because its configuration information (in the registry) is incomplete or damaged (Code 19),” points to an issue where the configuration information in the Windows registry for a hardware device is either incomplete or corrupted.
Code 18, indicated by the error message “Reinstall the drivers for this device (Code 18),” is an error that suggests an issue with the device’s drivers. To resolve this issue and reinstall the drivers, follow the recommended resolution steps below.
Code 16, as indicated by the error message, “Windows cannot identify all the resources this device uses. To specify additional resources for this device, click the Resources tab and fill in the missing settings. Check your hardware documentation to find out what settings to use (Code 16),”
Code 14, as indicated by the error message, “This device cannot work properly until you restart your computer. To restart your computer now, click Restart Computer (Code 14),” is an error message that suggests the device is currently unable to function correctly and requires a computer restart to resolve the issue. The recommended resolution is straightforward:
Code 12, as indicated by the error message, “This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. If you want to use this device, you will need to disable one of the other devices on this system (Code 12),” is an error that arises when a device is unable to locate adequate free resources for its operation.
Code 10, as denoted by the error message, “This device cannot start. Try upgrading the device drivers for this device (Code 10),” signifies an issue where the device is unable to initiate due to problems with its drivers. To effectively address this issue, it is essential to understand its causes and follow the recommended resolutions provided.
Code 9, as indicated by the error message, “Windows cannot identify this hardware because it does not have a valid hardware identification number. For assistance, contact the hardware manufacturer (Code 9),” points to a situation where Windows is unable to recognize the hardware due to the absence of a valid hardware identification number.
Code 3, which displays the error message, “The driver for this device might be corrupted, or your system may be running low on memory or other resources (Code 3),” can be attributed to various factors affecting your device’s driver functionality. In order to resolve this issue effectively, it is crucial to delve into the root causes and explore the recommended solutions provided. These solutions aim to address potential driver corruption and memory-related problems.
Error Code 1 or this device is not installed correctly. The error message, “This device is not configured correctly (Code 1),” typically arises due to various issues related to the device’s drivers. To resolve this problem effectively, it is crucial to understand the underlying causes and follow recommended steps. In this case, the primary cause is either the absence of drivers on your computer or incorrect driver configurations.
These are some of the products from Broadcom products. You will note that these are the most commonly used products that you will find in your computer such as a wireless driver as well as others. Search this website for other drivers from Broadcom as well as from other manufactures. You will note that there are also Acer Aspire products which have also been added here.