Hello and welcome to Bleepingcomputer's Internal hardware forum.
Here is a link to Microsoft support for error codes http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310123
By the way, FIXIT! might pop up at this link, If you want you can allow it to try fixing your hardware issue, which is what it is designed to do.
(Note it popped up on mine, so it may not pop up on your end.)
Regardless, check out Code 10.
Here I copy and pasted the text.
If the device has a FailReasonString value in its hardware key, that string is displayed as the error message. The driver or enumerator puts this registry string value there. If there is no FailReasonString in the hardware key, you receive the following error message:
This device cannot start. (Code 10)
Here are some things that you can try to resolve this problem.
Update the driver
In the device Properties dialog box, click the Driver tab, and then click Update Driver to start the Hardware Update Wizard. Follow the instructions to update the driver.
You may be prompted to provide the path of the driver. Windows may have the driver built-in, or may still have the driver files installed from the last time that you set up the device. If you are asked for the driver and you do not have it, you can try to download the latest driver from the hardware vendorís Web site.
View the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base
For more information about Code 10-related errors , click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
943104 ( http://support.microsoft.com/kb/943104/
) Description of Code 10-related errors that Device Manager generates on Windows XP-based computers
Hopefully this will help you.
Edited by MrBruce1959, 14 September 2010 - 05:39 PM.