Having a Windows Driver Error Code 11 pop up does happen.
"Windows stopped responding while attempting to start this device, and therefore will never attempt to start this device again. (Code 11) "
Fortunately it is a known issue and there are some easy tips to helping you solve the Driver problem. Read our article on Windows Error Code 11 and take care of it today.
If you try to use a device and Windows becomes unresponsive for a long period of time, this message may be displayed on your screen. The driver for a device is having issues and has caused a serious problem with Windows. Many times this error is soon followed by a blue screen lock up.
When dealing with Windows error code 11, you should begin with the simplest steps first. Try updating the driver for the hardware device that caused the error. To update the driver, do the following:
After the driver is updated, restart your computer. Once the computer has had enough time to restart completely, take the same actions that you did when you first received error code 11. If the error doesn't happen again, the issue should be resolved.
For Windows 98 computers, you may need to use the Automatic Skip Driver utility to bypass this error if it should continue showing up. To start the ASD on your Windows 98 or ME computer do the following:
This will not resolve the error code, but it will allow you to run your computer without the error occurring. It is recommended that you go online and download the newest drivers for your computer. If you are running an older, Windows 98 computer, you may find that there are no drivers supported for that OS any longer. Disabling the driver for good may be the ultimate solution for older computers.
TipFor more information, please see: How to fix Driver error #11