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WPD FileSystem Volume Driver (Code 10)


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#1 Lynx560

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Posted 05 January 2018 - 11:07 PM

While trying to find out why my Gateway PC does not have Bluetooth, I noticed this:
 

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I ran the troubleshooter and it said it couldn't identify the problem.
 
I clicked the "View detailed information" and this came up:
 

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Devices and Printers
Publisher details
Issues found
Problem with PnP devices

Problem with PnP devices
There are problems with some PnP devices. Windows will take additional steps to further troubleshoot these devices.
Detected


Issues found
Detection details
  Problem with PnP devices
Detected
There are problems with some PnP devices. Windows will take additional steps to further troubleshoot these devices.



Detection details
 

Collection information Computer Name: HOME1 Windows Version:
6.1
Architecture:
amd64
Time:
Friday, January 05, 2018 7:40:05 PM




Publisher details
 

Devices and Printers Troubleshoot problems with devices and printers. Package Version:
1.1
Publisher:
Microsoft Windows
Devices and Printers Troubleshoot problems with devices and printers. Package Version:
1.0
Publisher:
Microsoft Corporation
Hardware and Devices Use hardware and access devices connected to your computer. Package Version:
1.1
Publisher:
Microsoft Windows
Windows Network Diagnostics Detects problems with network connectivity. Package Version:
1.0
Publisher:
Microsoft Windows
Printer Troubleshoot problems preventing printing from completing. Package Version:
1.0
Publisher:
Microsoft Windows

 
I noted that the problem involved my PnP devices, so I closed the troubleshooter, ejected all of my USB connected devices & unplugged them from my PC.
[Note: I am running 4 external HDDs (2 - 2TB & 2 5TB + 1 - 7GB Flash/Thumb Drive) ... ALL of which are running perfectly]
 
Then I opened my "Device Manager"
 
That was when I noticed these 4 Errors:

 
 
All 4 errors are the same:

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After doing some research, I "Uninstalled" all 4 drivers & rebooted... but they keep self replicating, no matter how many times I uninstall..
 
 
I then ran a SFC /scannow... the CBS Log is attached.
 
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SYSTEM INFO:
Gateway Desktop PC
Model Number:
DX4860-UR14P
 
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1
(downgraded from Win 8.1)
=========================================
 
Any help would be highly appreciated.
 
Thank You,
Lynx560

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Edited by Lynx560, 06 January 2018 - 05:19 PM.


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Posted 06 January 2018 - 08:55 AM

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-update/code-10-microsoft-wpd-filesystem-volume-driver/f46bff22-11a0-4bd7-9de6-a2dfa372e894?auth=1

 

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Posted 06 January 2018 - 10:53 AM

Dear Sir,
 
Thank you very much for your time.
 
I followed the directions exactly as given in the above page:
 
I tried to Update the Drivers as shown on this page:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/310123/error-codes-in-device-manager-in-windows ... but:
 

 
 
I ran a second SFC Scan as instructed in Step 1
The scan found some corrupt files & was unable to fix some of them
The CBS.log file has been attached.
 
 
Step 2 instructs a Reset of the Windows Update component
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971058
 
~ I backed up my Registry
~I opened the Command Prompt as an Administrator (Step 1)
~I stopped all the services as instructed (Step 2)
~I deleted the qmgr*.dat files as instructed (Step 3)
~I skipped to Step 5 as instructed (Step 4)
~I changed directories as instructed (Step 5)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~I attempted tp Re-register all of the .dll files as instructed (Step 6)
 
***: While reregistering, I encountered quite a few Errors Including:
 
RegSvr32
"The module "xxxxx.dll" was loaded but the entry-point DllRegisterServer was not found
Make sure that "xxxxx.dll" is a vaild DLL or OCX file and then try again"
 
AND
 
RegSvr32
"The module "xxxxx.dll" failed to load
Make sure the binary is stored at the specified path or debug it to check for problems with the binary or dependent .DLL files.
The specified module could not be found"
 
A list of each of the modules is available if needed
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
~I Reset Winsock as instructed (Step 7)
 
~I configured the proxy settings as instructed (Step 8)
 
~I restarted the Services as instructed (Step 9)
 
~I skipped Step 10 (not Vista)
 
~I downloaded & installed "Windows Update Agent" (Step 11)
 
~I restarted my computer (Step 12)
 
 
 
Upon restart, I checked my Device manager & saw this:
 
 
 
That's right ... I now have FIVE WPD FileSystem Volume Driver errors !!!
 
 
 
Please Help !
 
Thank You

Edited by Lynx560, 06 January 2018 - 05:18 PM.


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Posted 06 January 2018 - 11:43 AM

I'm not good at detecting issues in the CBS log but you can attempt the following and see if it helps.

 

Download DeviceCleanupCmd. Not the GUI version. Unzip the file to a folder on your desktop. In that folder is a folder called x64. Copy this folder to the root of C.\. 

 

Unmount every external drive (Safely Eject) and detach the cable. Do a complete shutdown. Open a command prompt and type

shutdown /f /s /t 0

Boot the computer and open Device Manager.  If you still see WFD errors, stop. The following will most likely not work.

 

Open an elevated command prompt. Type CMD in the search box > Right click run as Administrator.  Type the following commands

cd c:\x64
devicecleanupcmd *

This removes all non-present devices. After it has finished attaching a external device will reinstall the driver.

 

Attach one device at a time. After you attach one drive open Device Manager. Do you have a yellow exclamation mark before WPD file system? Because this was a downgrade from 8.1 perhaps Windows 7 does not have the correct driver for the UMBus Enumerator. 

 

This is the only idea I have other than updating your chipset drivers. Do you use Hibernation?  Hopefully other people can add to the thread.



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Posted 06 January 2018 - 04:19 PM

Thank you JohnC_21 for your input.

I ran the DeviceCleanup Cmd utility and rebooted as per your instructions.

Unfortunately it did not work.

Thank you for trying.

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Posted 06 January 2018 - 05:15 PM

PROBLEM SOLVED !!!


While doing some more research, I read somewhere that you can get Code 10 errors from card readers.

I noted that I have 5 unused card slots on my PC & 5 errors in my Device Manager.
(It should be noted that nowhere in the device properties does it say anything about which port was in error)

I opened my Disk Manager & saw that I had 5 Removable Disks with no Drive Letters assigned.

I assigned a drive letter to each "Removable Drive" (V: > Z:) and rebooted my PC


Upon restart, I checked my Device Manager and ALL ERRORS WERE GONE !!!


I can't believe this was all about DRIVE LETTERS !!!



Many thanks to all who helped out !
Please mark this as "Solved"


(PS: You may want to keep this somewhere for future reference)

Edited by Lynx560, 06 January 2018 - 05:17 PM.


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Posted 06 January 2018 - 05:20 PM

Glad you got it sorted and thanks for the update.

 

You know, I had a problem similar to this a long time ago, the yellow triangle next to the computer and I couldn't remember what it was about. I just looked in my Device Manager under Portable Devices and it has the Letter E: listed. There is no E: when opening Computer but your post reminded me that I have a card reader. 


Edited by JohnC_21, 06 January 2018 - 05:21 PM.





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