How To Fix Windows 10 build 10240 Network Adapter Failed to Start Error Code 10


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UEFI Boot enabled Windows 10 Build 10240 clean install with all Windows Updates installed Lenovo X130e laptop with all drivers installed. 24 hours later bump. Is there a fix/workaround to fix this problem? I'm forced to disable and then re-enable the Network Adapter.

I have resetted my BIOS back to default settings as I thought the laptop was out of IRQ resources to allocate it to the Network Adapter but the problem still persists. Configuration: 320GB HDD Formatted as GPT.



What causes Windows 10 build 10240 Network Adapter Failed to Start Error Code 10

Whenever you see windows error on your screen, the easiest and safest way to fix it is to reboot your computer. Just like our bodies needing a shut eye for several minutes, our computers also need to shut down once in awhile. A quick reboot can refresh your programs and gives your computer a clean slate to start a new venture. More often than not, it also eliminates the errors you have encountered after rebooting. It is also ideal to shut down your computer once a week to completely put all unused programs to rest. However, when a reboot does not work anymore, use more advanced Windows solutions to fix your errors.

Seeing a network error while you are in time constraints can be annoying but there are still solutions to these errors. Once an error message appears, you can click on the Diagnose option using the Windows wizard to run a diagnosis of the problem. After several minutes, Windows will show you the cause of the problem while also providing the right solutions. However, there are times when Windows may not give you all the answers so you need to fix it manually. First, you need to change your adapter settings. Look for the settings in the Network and Sharing center. Second, reset the TCP/IP. If changing the adapter setting, you can change the TCP/IP. Third is to uninstall network adapters so you can scan and apply any changes in the hardware.

 

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failed activation Windows 10 Build 10240

can i still install build 10162? (since microsoft remove the iso's and keys) will it get activate when i signed in my microsoft account?)




I clean installed the build 10162 last night on my laptop, it excepted the key and updated to 10240 this morning. however after doing clean install i cant activate windows T_T soo late to know that microsoft no longer accepts products keys after build 10166. you could try that. The ISO was the official one from MS

i have problem with upgrading 10166 to 10240 every-time i restart my pc after it finished downloading the build from windows update nothing happens it just boot normal and not upgrading and when i check windows updates it downloads it again . and can only upgrade to latest build via windows update
i've been a windows insider since first build and because of my stupidity i cant no longer get windows 10 for free

my question guys.. so i decided to wait and backup the ESD file and convert it to ISO so i can do clean install.




first of all excuse for my english and explanation even on my own language i'm bad at this

this is what happened.


Errors Pku2ulog failed to start 0xC--35, Negolog failed to start, IDListenLog failed to start, P2PLog failed to start and HomegroupLog failed to start, all with the same failure code 0xC-- 35.

negolog:
Unknown( 37): GUID=2553184f-6f2a-3198-ddb7-93ab1ad2d125 (No Format Information found). However, the 'Unknown(xx)' number changes times to times. Thank you very much for your attention. Pku2ulog:
Unknown( 10): GUID=c36a26fb-03a9-d591-3984-dc17e4a48527 (No Format Information found).

Choose homegroup and sharing options and click ?Leave the homegroup?.Juke Chou
TechNet Community Support

Could you help me please? idlistenlog:
Unknown( 10): GUID=418a567f-b393-1423-26aa-123149ef8882 (No Format Information found). The errors I'm getting in eventviewer are Pku2ulog failed to start 0xC--35, Negolog failed to start, IDListenLog failed to start, P2PLog failed to start and HomegroupLog failed to start, all with the same failure code 0xC-- 35.

p2plog:
Unknown( 89): GUID=fc9d5ca5-e6c8-627c-be74-e6e0a98bbf57 (No Format Information found). This is what the logs files says about each error. Best Regards.

homegrouplog:
Unknown( 12): GUID=96f7a94a-4343-6ede-ff2b-dd1dafeed500 (No Format Information found).


Windows Updates Failed BITS failed to start error code 2147024894

Now click on the Application entry - wait while it loads. Open Event Viewer
click on the Windows logs entry in the left pane to expand it.

anybody have any ideas?

Save the file as Appevt.evtx
Repeat for the System log
then zip both, and upload them.


have tried sfc /scannow
also the steps in this Windows Update Error 80246008 in Windows 7 - Fix
but to no avail, i still receive the error message

i have also used take ownership on the downloader file in programdata/microsoft/network
and was able to start bits service once i then re enabled windows update. Click on 'File' in the menu bar and select Save... it hung for awhile so i restarted and got the same error for bits, tried take ownership again, but still get the same error
screenshot included

















Please follow the Windows Update Posting Instructions and post the requested data
If the file is too large (8MB compressed), remove the older CBSPersist cab files until the final file is below the limit - you can always post them separately after zipping them. (the forum doesn't allow the upload of bare CAB files, for a number of reasons)

Also...


How can I get the start menu working in Windows 10 Build 10240?

Start menu is not working :-( I'm beginning to think that Microsoft has released an half baked OS to general public. Seems that BitDefender is the cause. Press Windows Key + R on your keyboard.
2. When it finishes, try hitting Start and hopefully it?ll start working.

Ignore the few errors (in red color) that may pop up.
6. After completion of installation Windows 10 got activated & I was very happy with Windows 10 & decided to delete the "Windows.old" folder by using "Disk cleanup" tool everything went fine & started installing my much needed softwares & drivers. Wait for PowerShell to execute and complete the command.

I don't know what all happened in background. Right click on the PowerShell icon on the taskbar and select Run as Administrator.
4. Day before yesterday I had downloaded Windows 10 iso using "media creation tool" mine is a 64bit OS & yesterday upgraded my windows 8.1 to Windows 10. If not, this solution won?t apply to you, unfortunately.

You can try this:
1. Key in PowerShell and hit Enter.
3. Now paste the following command in the Administrator: Windows PowerShell window and press Enter key:
Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register "$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml"}
5. VGA drivers include "Intel graphics driver & NVidia GeFroce 820M graphics driver" & installed "Wamp Server" along with that I had also installed this "vcredist_x64" because it needed on...


Windows 10 Pro (build 10240) Start Menu and Apps not working.

When I restarted the PC using the ?new? user profile, the start menu and Windows 10 Apps still did not work, also in addition to this Windows File Explorer did not work with the error message ?no file or programme associated with this? (or something to that effect, I am sending this from a different location). I then ran C:\WINDOWS\system32>DISM/Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
Result, The source files could not be found. On checking the web and various forums I have tried the following:

sfc/scannow. I then created a new user profile and enabled ?Show hidden files and folders? and cleared the ?Hide protected operating system files? transferred all the folders and files from the non-working start menu profile with the exception of ?Ntuser.dat?,Ntuser.dat.log1?, Ntuser.dat.log2? and Ntuser.ini?.

Result, Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them. On checking another user profile the Windows Apps and start menu worked OK. I have run sfc at least six times with no change.

I also tried re-registering the Windows 10 Apps by using Powershell (Admin) with the following command Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers |Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register"$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml"}
which appeared to run OK but did not resolve the problem. Everything worked fine until last week, when I was sitting at the PC and the Windows 10 Apps shortcuts vanished from the taskbar and now when I left clic...


Windows 10 Build 10240 start menu lag issues nvidia

I am using the latest windows 10 Nvidia drivers. For some reason, installing it through the software makes it lag.

It's just the transitioning effect that looks slow.


I just upgraded to Windows 10 10240 build, and I am experiencing lag issues when clicking the start menu.

It takes a few seconds for me to type something in Cortana. It doesn't come up smoothly compared to the previous builds. Is anyone else having this problem?

Never mind, I had to manually update the driver back to the ms default NVidia driver, and then back to the new one.


T61 network adapter cannot start (code 10)

However, the network adapter still can not start. Please Help  




















T61 (8891CTO) : the ethernet adapter cannot start (code 10) . A yellow exclamation mark appears on the "Intel(R) 82566MM gigabit connection" I tried to disable/enable or remove/reinstall the device w/ latest driver,  but it does not fix the problem.  I even restored the original operation system through "Thinkvantage".


Error upgrading Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 build 10240

Anyone can help me? Also, try creating a new partition, format it as NTFS, and do a clean install of 10 into that partition. Have you tried doing doing basic stuff like running chkdsk and sfc /scannow? Upgrading is risky since some apps/softwares might not work and some things might be broken.

Error: 0x80004005[gle=0x000000b7]
2015-07-20 00:03:29, Error MOUPG MoSetupPlatform: Finalize reported failure![gle=0x000000b7]
2015-07-20 00:03:29, Error MOUPG MoSetupPlatform: Using action error code: [0x80004005][gle=0x000000b7]
2015-07-20 00:03:29, Error MOUPG CDlpActionFinalize::ExecuteSetupPlatformFinalize(1285): Result = 0x80004005[gle=0x000000b7]
2015-07-20 00:03:29, Error MOUPG CDlpActionFinalize::ExecuteRoutine(471): Result = 0x80004005
2015-07-20 00:03:42, Error MOUPG CDlpActionImpl<class CDlpErrorImpl<class CDlpObjectInternalImpl<class CUnknownImpl<class IMoSetupDlpAction> > > >::Execute(441): Result = 0x80004005
2015-07-20 00:03:42, Error MOUPG CDlpTask::ExecuteAction(3243): Result = 0x80004005
2015-07-20 00:03:42, Error MOUPG CDlpTask::ExecuteActions(3397): Result = 0x80004005
2015-07-20 00:03:42, Error MOUPG CDlpTask::Execute(1631): Result = 0x80004005
2015-07-20 00:03:42, Error MOUPG CSetupManager::ExecuteTask(1953): Result = 0x80004005
2015-07-20 00:03:42, Error M...


Window 10 build 10240 using microsoft basic display adapter rather than my graphics card installed

Go to display settings. See if this helps. Im using AMD/ATI graphics card ..please help me fix ..i cant run any games without lags I have the same situation.

you should see a dropdown list for monitors. If the monitor you are on is Display 1 choose the other one and you are good to go (This is assuming you have only one monitor)


Network adapter 'This device cannot start (code 10)'

It basically doesn't start. With troubleshooting it says that I need the new windows 10 update (there is only 1 available for what I can see), but I don't have the internet to update. Troubleshooting doesn't work, updating driver doesn't work.

Uninstalling and reinstalling and disabling and enabling doesn't work as well.


Network Adapter - Device cannot start. (Code 10)

I have installed all the drivers from the disc, but on the driver propertise it says 'This device cannot start. (Code 10)'

Things i have tried:
- Wiping hard drive and doing a reinstall of windows and reinstalling drivers.
- Uninstalling disc drivers and installing ones from the Asus website.
- Connecting with Wifi and scanning for updating drivers but just get this:
'The best driver software for your device is already installed'
'Windows has determined the driver software for your device is up to date. Ethernet adapters are now very reasonable, I'd consider buying a Network Card.

Welcome to Seven Forums,

If you've re-installed Windows and your Ethernet connection still didn't work, there might be something wrong with the integrated Ethernet adapter.


Start menu not opening anymore (build 10240)

I made clean Windows 10 (build 10240) install five times, and five times after some time my Start menu had vanished. Are you by chance using Avira Antivirus? So this is not way to go. I was experiencing just what you're talking about it - deinstalled Avira, activated Windows Defender, rebooted, and everything's running smoothly now.

I'd really appreciate a solution that would bring my menu back (since without it the OS control is significantly diminished) or maybe someone other had met the same problem (on final build) too. I've searched a bit about this issue and found that same problem existed on technical preview builds. I applied all listed workarounds but Start menu is still dead

- PowerShell command
Code:
Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register "$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml"}

- Registry edit
Code:
CURRENT_USER>Software>Microsoft>Windows>CurrentVersion>Explorer>Advance>EnableXamlStartMenu = 0

Afaik In the meantime between working and non-working Start I didn't make any radical system changes nor user hacks to system so the problem is all the more surprising for me. For the time being, at least ...

Simply it doesn't open neither by Win key nor by mouse click on Window icon. Now I won't go into 6th clean install as it is clear that after a while Start menu would disappear again.


Error Code 10, Device failed to start...

Solution button: Update Driver

To resolve this error code, make sure the device is connected to the computer correctly. I tried re-installing drivers, changing the sound card to a different PCI slot, and disable the on-board audio, on my Asus A7V600. I'm running a Soundblaster Live! 24-bit sound card on windows XP SP2 , and the Creative Game Port has a Yellow- (!) next to it with an error code 10. Follow the suggested solution button and update the device driver.

It may be possible to remove the device and redetect it using the Add New Hardware wizard. Or why it does this.... Click to expand...
 

Anyone know how to fix it?

For example, make sure all cables are plugged in fully and that all adapter cards are properly seated. If there is no "FailReasonString" in the hardware key, the following generic error message is displayed:
This device is either not present, not working properly, or does not have all the drivers installed. (Code 10)

Try upgrading the device drivers for this device. The driver or enumerator places this registry string value there.


Network Adapter error Code 10, help please.



P4 2.8Ghz
Windows XP Pro
1GB DDR400 RAM
ATI Radeon 9800XT

I am connected to the internet through a network router and a cable modem. and went to sleep. All other computers on this network show no error, but cannot detect the PC in question, and do not show it as part of their work group.

I awoke this morning and returned to my PC and neither Firefox nor IE can connect to the internet. Upon uninstalling and reinstalling the adapter I recieved an error message that the device was not working properly, and there was an error during installation. I have disabled and re-enabled the network adapter to no effect. My task manager, under network, shows no network adapter detected.

The computer was off. Last night just before I went to bed I hopped on the internet, checked my e-mail etc. I also have an exclamation by WAN Miniport but I am unsure if this is related/causing the problem. Nobody was on the computer from the time it worked perfectly last night, until it didn't work upon boot the next morning.

I have done a system restore to no effect. I have uninstalled and re-installed it with the same drivers, checked to make sure onboard ethernet was enabled in my bios, checked my connections inside my computer. It continues to show error 10. My device manager shows an exclamation point by my Intel PRO/1000 CT network adapter, which is my motherboards onboard ethernet adapter.

It displays this error as "code 10: this device cannot start"....


Unable to update from Windows 10 original build (build 10240)

I began to investigated and noticed that Cumulative Update KB3185611 keeps trying to install however Windows Update always fails to install this update giving me this error:

"There were problems installing some updates, but we'll try again later. I took a look at setuperr.log within the Windows.BT folder and this is the only error present. Error SP CSetupPlatform::ResurrectNewSystem: Cannot resurrect new system.: Win32Exception: \\?\C:\$Windows.~BT\Sources\NewSystem.dat: The system cannot find the file specified. [0x00000002] __thiscall UnBCL::FileStream::FileStream(const class UnBCL::String *,enum UnBCL::FileMode,enum UnBCL::FileAccess,enum UnBCL::FileShare,unsigned long)[gle=0x00000002]

I would really appreciate if anyone could help me out with this issue, as i'd like to move up to the AU :-)

Please let me know if you need any more info.

If you keep seeing this and want to search the web or contact support for information, this may help:"
No error code is provided.


Error Code 31 When installing any network adapter

I knew i would need wired ethernet anyway so i ordered a PCIe ethernet NIC. When it arrived, i followed the instructions in installing the card, installing the drivers, and rebooting, however, i received exactly the same results as with the wireless card. Ive tried everything, manually deleting the drivers, downloading new drivers from Realtek's website, repeated the process in safe mode, numerus times. I've tried disabling automatic updates and whatnot so that windows dosent try to install drivers itself, and installed them from the disk, to no avail.

Recently, the NIC on my Asus M4A78T-e Motherboard fried itself and ceased to work properly, so i installed an old wireless card i had, in hopes of getting internet on my PC, however, to my dismay, when installing the wireless card, i could install drivers, but in the device manager, the properties for the wireless card say that windows cannot load the drivers for the device, with the error code 31. This is strange because the card worked before on the same installation of windows. Nothing seems to work properly.

I seem to remember having a similar problem with the wireless card once long ago, but i've tried everything i remember i did to get the card to work, and it always fails. I know the new wired ethernet card works because it works in Backtrack 5, Ubuntu 12.04, and Kubuntu 12.04, at this point, I really don't know what do do about it, so anybody who might know whats wrong, feel free to speak up, i'm open ...


Network Adapter Problem (Error Code 19/31)

What hardware or software did you install or uninstall just before this happen? Here is the picture: ImageShack® - Online Photo and Video Hosting

I would appreciate all help! Has Networking ever worked? What Brand and Model is this PC?

For starters, Right click on each device with an error and select remove . . and welcome to the Forum

Moved to Driver Support. I hope a moderator could help me transfer this thread there.

once they are all removed, reboot to see if windows will reload the drivers
I see that the more appropriate section for this post is under Networking Support.


Getting error 0x80200056 for build 10240.

I'm currently stuck on build 10159 and haven't been able to get the last few builds because of the same error. The problem happens when I restart for everything to work. We're supposed to see the blue ring percentage screen, but mine just takes me to login and I see the watermark for 10159.

I can download to 100%. Frustrating Now I get error 0x8024001e


Windows 10 Build 10240 not coming through on Build 9926?

I had Build 9926 installed before and successfully updated to 10162 however a failed graphics driver install forced me to reinstall and since Microsoft pulled build updates a few days ago I was stuck with 9926. Microsoft recently released Build 10240, however the update hasn't come through yet for me.


I am currently running Windows 10 Build 9926 due to having issues installing Build 10162 using a USB. I was wondering what is the normal time window for a build update to come through?

You should have had the update by now mate, I suggest you clean install a later version than the one your on, if your computer can take it and try to update from there.

I am on the fast ring and signed in with a Microsoft Account.


Install Windows 10 Build 10586 From Build 10240

The computer check said my computer is good to go (Asus AllInOne Model ET27011). That seems to have been what's caused it for me. I have it downloaded but it will not install.

Hope someone can help, thank you.
I am trying to install Windows 10 Build 10586 from Windows 10 Build 10240. I know there are other people with the same problem but no solution. There is a "Windows old" folder on my C:drive, but it is full of empty folders.

uninstall the Razer software and try again. Unfortunately I seem no longer to be able to trigger the update, darn it, as Windows now feels it has updated and all's fine (it hasn't). Hopefully it hasn't messed you up completely.
There is also a new folder called Windows10Upgrade with files in it.

I've tried several times and each time it reaches 100% the computer restarts and then it goes into "reinstalling your previous version" and I'm back to Build 10240. I'm not sure if I should just go ahead and delete it. I have just received the Windows Update Assistant popup telling me I'm not running the latest version of Windows. Do you have the Razer Synapse software installed?

One website said to delete "Windows old folder, as that may be a problem, using Disk Cleanup but it doesn't show up on my computer under "Clean up system files/ Previous Windows installations.



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