1. Home
  2. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Troubleshooting
  3. Driver Errors in Device Manager
  1. Home
  2. Ethernet Troubleshooting
  3. Driver Errors in Device Manager

Driver Errors in Device Manager

This article explains how to address each error that a user may encounter while using Killer devices.

  • Code 10 Error on Network Adapter – Update the drivers. You can find the latest Killer Control Center, with the latest drivers, here for all Killer Wireless-n/a/ac (1435, 1535, 1525, 1550) and currently supported Ethernet adapters (E2200, E2400, E2500, E3000) with current versions of Windows 10 (1803+):
      And here for all Killer Wireless-N adapters (1102, 1103, 1202), regardless of operating system version. Wireless-N adapters will use this version of the Killer Control Center in all builds of Windows 10. This version is also for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 for all adapters. Please note that the 1550 does not have drivers for Windows 7 or 8.1.
        If that does not solve the issue, and/or the Ethernet adapter vanishes, you may need to click View > Show hidden devices at the top of Device Manager, and then follow our guide for clean installing drivers in Device Manager. Click here for that guide.
      • Code 43 or 56 Error on Network Adapter – Right-click on the device, click Uninstall Devicedo not click the checkbox, click Uninstall, then restart the computer by clicking Start > Power > Restart. The device will likely act normally upon restart. Update drivers by installing the latest Killer Control Center, which also installs the latest drivers, found here – https://support.killernetworking.com/software/

      • Wi-Fi or Bluetooth Device Missing or Grayed Out from Device Manager – Click here to see the relevant KB article.
      Updated on March 14, 2019

      Was this article helpful?

      Related Articles

      Need Support?
      Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Don’t worry we’re here to help!
      CONTACT SUPPORT