How to Fix USB xHCI Compliant Host Controller

USB driver errors are one of the most commonly occurring errors and it is no big deal fixing them; all it needs is a driver replacement. Do not worry and follow these two simple steps to fix the USB xHCI Compliant Host Controller code 10 error.

USB xHCI Compliant Host Controller

Step 1: Uninstall the Problematic Driver

  1. Open Run command box by pressing Windows and R keys together or by selecting it from Start Menu.
  2. Enter the command devmgmt.msc in the search bar and click OK.

  3. Device Manager of your system will have opened. From the list, click on Universal Serial Bus controllers to expand it. Under it, you will see USB xHCI Compliant Host Controller, right click on the driver and choose to Uninstall it from the context menu.

  4. When warned about your action, select OK to proceed.

Step 2: Reinstall the Driver

You can easily install the USB xHCI Compliant Host Controller driver again by finding it on your system manufacturer’s website. It takes some skill and patience to manually download drivers but it is easy nevertheless. You will be able to install it by yourself by following the instructions that come with the downloaded file.

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