I have a Manhattan Model 168199 USB to game port adapter that consistently generates code 43 problems in Windows XP Device Manager. The result, of course, is that Windows stops the device. The problem can always be fixed by unplugging the adapter from the computer's USB port, then plugging it back in again.
The problem occurs whenever small DC motors are running, or power switches are turned on and off. I suspect EMI/RFI is the culprit, and that the adapter seems to be sensitive.
Anyone else have this problem? Any solutions?
Location: Seabrook, TX
Windows has stopped this device because it has
reported problems. (Code 43)
One of the drivers controlling the device
notified the operating system that the device
failed in some manner.
Like you said it is possibly EMI/RFI. The
device on the following link is suppose to
The problem may also be the driver. Click on the driver tab and download and install the driver/software for the device.
This seems to be an isolated case. My data mining indicates that no one has ever posted this problem on the internet before.
Here is the manufacturers technical support submission form. http://www.manhattan-products.com/en-US/contact-support.
If they can't help you, you may wish to return, or exchange this device. http://rma.directron.us/