(Resolved) Device Not Migrated Error On Windows 10

In this article, learn how to fix “Device Not Migrated” error after you install or upgrade to Windows 10.

Let me explain first what does Device not migrated mean?

This problem appears as the new Windows version can’t detect the device connected to your computer. When you check the specific device, you see the following error:

Device Not Migrated Error On Windows 10

Device not migrated

Here are the solutions you can try to fix the device could not be migrated problem in Windows 10.

How To Fix “Device not migrated” Error on Windows 10

Method 1. Run SFC/Scannow

The “Device not migrated” bug might be happening because of the corrupted or damaged system files. So, you should run the built-in System File Checker before trying anything else.

Step 1. Open an administrative Command Prompt. Click Start, type “command” then right-click “Command Prompt” from the top and click Run as administrator.

Step 2. In the Command Prompt window, type sfc /scannow and press Enter.

Step 3. Wait until verification 100% complete and reboot the machine.

After restarting your computer, check to see if you could use the not migrated device before.

Method 2. Reinstall the device driver

You might experience the “Device not migrated” error if the device isn’t compatible with Windows 10. In this case, you need to reinstall the driver for your not migrated device.

Step 1. Press Windows Key + R then put devmgmt.msc in the Run dialog box. Click OK to open Device Manager.

Step 2. When Device Manager window opens, find the problematic device, right click and click Uninstall.
Step 3. Restart your computer.

This should probably fix the problem for you. But if it didn’t work, move to the next method.

Method 3. Check USB Devices

If your USB device could not be migrated in Windows 10, I suggest you try to plug it with different USB ports. If the problem still persists, then try to reinstall the USB controller driver as method 2.
If you’re not confident playing around with the USB driver manually, you can do it automatically with Driver Talent. Driver Talent will automatically scan your system and detect the correct drivers for it

Method 4. Update your chipset driver

The “Device not migrated” error in Windows 10 could be also caused by an old or incorrect Chipset driver. Hence, you could update your Chipset driver to fix the problem.
If you don’t computer skills to update your Chipset driver manually, you could also use the drivers update utility Driver Talent.

Step 1. Download and install Driver Talent.
Step 2. Launch Driver Talent and click Scan button. Driver Talent will then scan your computer and then list your outdated, corrupt or damaged drivers.
Step 3. Click the Download button next to the flagged Chipset driver. Then click the Install button to automatically download and install the best-matched Chipset driver.

Restart your computer to allow the chipset card driver update to go into effect.

Hope something helps you.

(Resolved) Device Not Migrated Error On Windows 10
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