When you connect the USB device to your Windows 10 computer then you might have seen the pop-up error which says that ‘Power surge on USB port Windows 10’. Many of the users are having this problem and it is very much frustrating.
You don’t have to worry too much as you are not the only one who is facing this problem. There are many solutions to this problem and Technographx has brought those solutions for you today in this article. Continue reading the article and apply these fixes to your problem to fix it. One problem that many users have reported is the Problem with wireless adapter or access point error messages.
Solution 1: You have to run the hardware troubleshooter
Step 1: Press the Windows logo key and S at the same time on the keyboard for invoking the search box.
Step 2: Now, you have to type troubleshoot and then click on Troubleshoot that appears on the top result.
Step 3: Now, scroll down to the right pane on the pop-up window and then click on Hardware and Devices. You have to click on run the troubleshooter.
Follow the instructions that are given on the screen for completing the troubleshooting.
Solution 2: You have to re-install the USB controller drivers
The error of “Power surge on the USB port Windows 10” could be caused by the wrong USB controller drivers on your pc. It may get a fix by reinstalling all the USB controller drivers. Follow the below-given steps for fixing the problem
Step 1: First of all, unplug the USB device from Windows 10.
Step 2: Now, press the Windows logo key and X together for opening the quick-access menu. Now, click on the Device Manager for opening it.
Step 3: Double-click Universal Serial Bus controllers. Now, right-click on the USB controllers one by one to choose Uninstall device.
Step 4: Now, reboot your Windows 10 pc and let Microsoft reinstall the controllers of USB for you. Now, connect the USB with Windows 10 and check if the error has been solved or not.
If the error has not been solved yet, don’t worry as we have one more solution too. Be optimistic and check it out.
Solution 3: Update all the USB controller drivers
Update all the USB controller drivers. You can do it manually or automatically with the available software.