Device Requires Further Installation Error bIn Windows 10 FIX [Tutorial]
Device Requires Further Installation is an error that can appear when plugging in a USB device. When a USB device is plugged in Windows automatically downloads and installs the required drivers. If the driver is outdated or corrupted, you might see this error.
In case you encounter the error Device requires further installation while trying to connect an external device to your system, then this tutorial may be helpful for you. Usually, external devices like USB sticks, headphones, speakers, etc. auto-install drivers when you connect them to your PC. This means that the drivers are downloaded and installed into the system as soon as you connect it to your system. However, in case the driver is corrupt or outdated, you could encounter the error in the discussion. The other causes for the issue could be pending updates, checking the wrong event and an incorrect version of the Intel PROSet Wireless driver.
Several Windows users have been reporting that upon investigating Device Manager, they found one or multiple devices (PCI, USB, Audio, etc.) that have an Event Log stating that they ‘require further installation‘. Although affected users report that this scenario doesn’t limit the device’s functionality in an apparent way, they would still like to know what they have to do in order to remove the error message. In the vast majority of cases, the issue is reported to occur on Windows 10.
We investigated this particular issue by analyzing various user reports and testing out the different repair strategies that most affected users have successfully used to get this message to disappear from the Event Log of the device in question.
This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10 operating system (Home, Professional, Enterprise, Education) from all supported hardware manufactures, like Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba,Lenovo, and Samsung).