Therefore a great first step is to remove all external USB devices and restart the computer.
Once it is back up and running plug in the affected USB device only.
Over the years we have developed some tried and tested methods to overcome the ‘USB device not recognised problem’ and we’d like to share them with you.
By way of background - the issue lies with a conflict between different the USB devices that are being used on the specific computer which leaves the PC confused when trying to work out which device is which.
For example, a Windows 10 update could kill your sound or webcam. Your Windows 10 may even have the System Restore setting disabled.
If you cannot do a System Restore, there is a long process via the Device Manager to remove the wrong driver and manually re-installing it.
First, we recommend you to please reboot your computer.
Because most of the time the computer gives this error message “USB device not recognized ” without any reason. If the problem is still not fixed then make sure the USB device’s male side is connected properly, push it gently toward the USB port.
You may skip this step if you are not using a device which uses the USB cable.
If the device is not working on another port and shows the same error message then try next method.