If you have encountered a BSOD problem on your device and while accessing the Event Viewer log on your computer, you have seen a particular error message that says 'Unable to load WudfRd Driver Driver for WpdBusEnumRoot UMB device', don't worry. Actually this is a problem with the external drive connected to the system via a USB port on your computer. There are some simple solutions to fix the problem on your computer.
1. At first, you can remove all external devices connected to the computer. Restart the system and see if it works.
Solution 1: Check for Windows update
Windows offers essential patches for your system to fix these types of problems.
1. You need to press Tasto Windows + I to access the Settings.
2. Next, click on “Update and security".
4. On the left side, you will see "Windows update".
5. Next, click on “Look for updates".
If there are any pending updates on your system, let Windows install it on your computer.
Solution 2: Uninstall and reinstall the USB drivers
Uninstalling and reinstalling the USB driver will fix this problem on your computer.
1. Press Windows key + X. Then click on "Device administrator“To access it.
2. After opening Device Manager on your computer, expand the "Universal Serial Bus control devices"Section.
3. Next, right-click the first controller in that section, then click “Uninstall device".
4. Just click on "Uninstall“To finally uninstall the driver.
5. Next, you need to uninstall the remaining USB drivers in the “Universal Serial Bus controllers” section.
The moment you have uninstalled all USB drivers from your computer, start again your system.
Steps to reinstall USB drivers
Now you need to install the driver on your computer.
1. After restarting the device, the right mouse button on him "Windows icon"And then click"Device administrator".
2. When Device Manager is open, click on "Action".
3. Next, click on “Check for hardware changes".
This will automatically install the driver or you may see the installation wizard on your computer. If you see that the installation wizard has opened, follow the on-screen instructions to manually install the USB drivers.
This will definitely solve your problem.
Solution 3: automate the WDF service
Windows Driver Foundation Service Automation will help you solve this problem on your computer.
1. Press the button Tasto Windows + R to open the Run window.
2. After typing this command in the terminal, click on "ok“And the services will be displayed.
3. Scroll through the list of services on your device to find the "Windows Drivers Foundation"Service.
Four. Double click In that.
5. After opening the service, set "Startup type:" to "Automatic".
6. If the service has not yet started, click on "Home".
7. Don't forget to click on "To apply"Y"ok“To save the changes on your computer.
After closing the Services, start again your computer.
Upon restart, try plugging the USB device into any port on the computer. You will no longer see the error message.
Solution 4: disable hard drive hibernation
Some users have stated that automatic HDD hibernation on their device causes this problem.
1. Press Tasto Windows + R keys together.
2. When the Run window appears, generally or paste this code and press Log in.
control.exe powercfg.cpl ,, 3
3. Once in the "Power Options" window, expand the "Power Options" section.HDD"And then expand"Turn off the hard drive afterwards".
4. Set “Settings (minutes):” to “0".*
[*NOTE– If you are doing this on a laptop, you will notice two variable settings. One is the “Plugged in:” and the other is the “On battery:“. Simply set both the settings to “0".]
5. Finally, click on "To apply"And then click"ok“To save this.
Close the Power Options window. Check if the solution works.