Articles

How to Solve Error Code 48

by Hayate Abul Digital Marketing

Error code 48 can show up when the system registry files get corrupted, the computer is infected with viruses, and when device drivers are corrupted or outdated. It is vital for the computer users to get rid of error 48, in order to get the flawless user experience and ultimate performance. When there are essential system files are damaged due to viruses or other user activates, it could also trigger the error 48. Sometimes it also happens due to incompatible hardware drivers and when your system unable to find and install the required device driver. If the device you are trying to connect comes up with some particular drivers, then make sure to install all drivers provided by its manufacturer.  

Solution 1: Initiate a Thorough Virus Scan

The approach in order to resolve the error 48 is to clean up all viruses, malware, and infected programs that are affecting your system files and performance. Many malware can cause system errors, including error code 48, and in order to get rid of it, one has to remove the viruses from the device. You should always choose a reliable and trustworthy security program whenever it comes to remove all harmful viruses from your equipment. To start a complete system scan, launch the antivirus you have installed on your device. Then navigate to the Full system scan option to start the scan. When the scan completes, make sure to remove all found infected files and programs. Once all threats are clear, reboot the device and see if the error persists.

Solution 2: Fix Error 48 via System Restore

System Restore can turn your current computer state to the time when Error 49 wasn't developed. To restore your system to a previous point, please see the instructions mentioned down here:

1.      Log in via your admin account.

2.      Head to the Start menu.

3.      Search for System Restore and then select it from the results.

4.      Once the System Restore window appears, head to the option saying, "Restore my computer to an earlier time."

5.      Press on Next.

6.      Choose a restore point located under "On this list, click a restore point," if possible, choose the latest one.

7.      Head to Next.

8.      Now press Next once more.

9.      Wait till the restoration completes. 

10.  Reboot the device.

Solution 3: Remove the Driver and Install Again

Error code 48 is a warning that appears when a device driver gets corrupted, outdated, or removed. In order to fix it, make sure to remove the driver that is causing error 48 and install it again. See the instructions given down here to reinstall the corrupted or missing device driver:

1.      Head to Start menu by pressing the Windows logo key.

2.      Now type Device Manager.

3.      Right-click on the icon of it.

4.      Choose the option saying Run as administrator.

5.      Now located and select the driver that is causing issues.

6.      Open the Driver option.

7.      Head to the Update Driver button.

8.      Update or reinstall the driver using the onscreen instructions.

9.      Reboot the device to experience the changes.

Mathew Anderson  is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Mathew has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup

source : Solve Error Code 48


About Hayate Abul Advanced   Digital Marketing

65 connections, 2 recommendations, 287 honor points.
Joined APSense since, July 13th, 2018, From Miami, United States.

Created on Jan 31st 2020 14:10. Viewed 98 times.

Comments

No comment, be the first to comment.
Please sign in before you comment.