Fix error: The driver \Driver\WUDFRd failed to load for the device USB

Description: The driver \Driver\WUDFRd failed to load for the device USB\VID_0A5C&PID_5800&MI_01\7&66de6c9&0&0001.converting AHCI to standard format. after do you to the BIOS to the RAID to the IDE or AHCI and restart the green screen has no? if to be the windows, you have try to be longer in?

The driver \Driver\WUDFRd failed to load for the device USB\VID_0A5C&PID_5800&MI_01\7&66de6c9&0&0001.converting AHCI to standard format. after do you to the BIOS to the RAID to the IDE or AHCI and restart the green screen has no? if to be the windows, you have try to be longer in?


Fix error: The driver \Driver\WUDFRd failed to load for the device USB





Replacing Manufacturer AHCI drivers with standard Microsoft SATA drivers
Abnormal performance in Windows operating systems after upgrading to an SSD, such as slower benchmarks than expected or system crashes, can result from outdated or poorly supported storage controller drivers. Besides updating to your motherboard or system manufacturer's most recent drivers, changing your drivers to Windows' built-in drivers can improve or eliminate performance issues.

To do this, open the Device Manager (type Device Manager into the search field).
In Device Manager you will see a list of different driver categories. You will want to look for a category called IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers and expand it.


If you cannot find the IDE ATA/ATAPI section, then your system is most likely not running in AHCI mode. Refer to your Operating System (OS) and system manufacturer documentation and follow their steps to ensure your system is configured for AHCI mode for best performance of single SSD configurations.


You will see a few entries for the AHCI controller (such as the Intel drivers shown below).


Right click on this and select Properties, then click on the Driver tab, then Update Driver Software.



Then select Browse my computer for driver software.


In the next screen select "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer."


In the list under Model, you will see the current drivers as well as the Microsoft one, called Standard AHCI1.0 Serial ATA Controller. Select that one and click Next.


The Microsoft driver will now be installed and you will need to do a restart for the changes to take effect (sometimes several restarts are required). You can also go back into Device Manager and verify that the Microsoft Standard drivers are now installed.



If you are still experiencing problems after making this change, please reach out to our support team for further assistance.










If still still, you will click shift and click restart it will boot into SafeMode after which try is not in?

+ If no be active, you can be crash or app, do đó, do đó, hãy restart lại Windows rồi vào Task Manager + Startup rồi Disable disable all and then one of one test see no be be been nothing?

Another method:

Method 1: Try updating drivers using Windows updates.


Follow the steps given below.


a)      Press Windows key + X, Select Control panel.

b)      In the search box, type Windows update.

c)       Select Windows update, and see if there is any update for device.


Method 2: Check from the manufacturer’s Website if there is any drivers updated for the hardware.

Method 3: Uninstall and reinstall USB Controllers from Device manager.


I would suggest you to follow the steps given below and check if this helps.


a)      Press Windows key + X, select device manager.

b)      Expand USB Controllers.

c)      Right click on the USB Drivers and select uninstall.


Now perform a system restart.


a)      Now open device manager.

b)      Click on Scan for hardware changes.

c)      And follow the installation wizard to install the drivers for the USB hard drive.



Hope the information helps to fix the issue, if you have any further queries, feel free to post. We are here to assist you.