Ok I am stumped here I have been using this same USB3 HDD SATA docking station for years and now Win 10 suddenly won't show any HD that I attach with it. Win 10 only sees the thing as a USB Mass Storage Device, but not the actual attached HDD. And I can't seem to fix it. When plugged in Device manager has the warning icon and it's status is: This device cannot start. (code 10) A device which does not exist was specified. I have tried "updating" the driver and there is none and it was working less than 2 months ago when I used this same device to prepare several 8TB HDD I am now using in on this machine. The device and drive attached to it is working fine and so are the USB ports on the PC since I rebooted to linux and the drive works fine there. So it is most definitely an issue with Win 10. I tried sfc along with DISM to check for system file problems and there were no problems. After googling there is only one thing I saw that I could try but I am not sure how to actually do it as it requires you to uninstall all the USB controllers in device manger and reboot, but how do you do that when you are using a USB kb and mouse which will stop working sometime as you uninstall the USB devices? It only seems to be affecting this one device. As the mass storage drivers seem to work fine for flash disks and even another old generic USB 2.0 HDD to SATA adapter. So any suggestions would be welcome.