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Simple Steps for Fixing I/O Device Errors on Your Computer

 

What Is a Windows I/O Device Error on your computer?

I/O stands for Input/Output. If your computer isn’t able to read data when you’re trying to copy or install any program from your DVD or CD drive, then you’ll get an I/O Device Error. USB and plug and play hardware devices are some common causes of an I/O Device Error.

 

What Causes a Windows I/O Device Error on your computer?

If a driver is out of date or hasn’t been enabled, then you will receive an I/O Device Error. If the CD doesn’t recognize a transfer mode that Windows is attempting to use, it can also cause this type of error.

 

How to Fix a Windows I/O Device Error for your computer

There are couple options that are relatively easy solutions to fix this problem depending on the root of the problem. Try the following solutions in the order they are presented to get the best possible outcome.

 

Solution 1: Identify the Issue and Enable the Device.

Steps:

  1. Go to your computer’s Start menu.
  2. Select Control Panel.
  3. Select Performance and Maintenance.
  4. Select System.
  5. Select the Hardware tab.
  6. Click Device Manager.
  7. Expand the nodes of the appropriate category.
  8. Look for the device you’re trying to use that’s causing the error.
  9. If you see a red X by a device’s description, it means it’s currently disabled.
  10. Choose the General tab.
  11. Under the Device Status section select Enable Device.
  12. Click Next for all prompts that appear.
  13. Try to use the hardware.

 

Solution 2: Troubleshoot using Device Status.

Steps:

  1. Go to your computer’s Start menu.
  2. Select Control Panel.
  3. Select Performance and Maintenance.
  4. Select System.
  5. Select the Hardware tab.
  6. Click Device Manager.
  7. Choose the General tab.
  8. Under Device Status select Troubleshoot.
  9. Select OK.
  10. Follow the prompts to correct the problem through to completion.
  11. Retest the hardware you’re trying to use.

 

Solution 3: Update the Driver(s) for the Hardware or Discs.

Steps:

  1. Go to your computer’s Start menu.
  2. Select Control Panel.
  3. Select Performance and Maintenance.
  4. Then select System.
  5. Select the Hardware tab.
  6. Click Device Manager.
  7. Choose the Driver tab.
  8. Select Update Driver.
  9. Follow all of the prompts through to completion of the update.
  10. Retest the hardware you’re trying to use.

 

One of these solutions should resolve an I/O (Input/Output) Device Error so your hardware will work easily and smoothly. If you have additional questions or concerns, please let me know how I can be of assistance. Good luck!


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