Reset to Device, \Device\RaidPort0 Was Issued Error Fix

Have you come across this “Reset to device, DeviceRaidPort0, was issued” error on your Windows 10 PC? Then you are not alone as this is a common error on Windows PC and Windows servers, causing the system to freeze. This error usually arises due to different reasons like the power settings configuration, SATA controllers, etc.


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Fortunately, the “Reset to device, DeviceRaidPort0, was issued” error can be fixed. Let’s see how.

 

Method 1: By Running SFC /Scannow

 

Corrupted system files are often the reason behind many errors in a Windows 10 computer and hence, the best way to detect and repair them is by running the System File Checker command. Just Open command prompt as admin and run the command given below.

sfc /scannow

Once the process is complete, restart your PC and the error should be gone. But, if the Windows screen is still stuck, you may try running a disk scan as shown below.

 

Method 2: By Running a Disk Scan

 

A disk scan helps to detect any corrupted sectors in the hard drive and even repair them. Her’s how to run it:

 

Step 1: Open Command Prompt with Admin rights and run the below command. Hit Enter:

 

chkdsk /r

 

Chkdsk R Cmd

 

The process takes a while to complete, so wait till it’s over. Once done, restart your PC and check if the error is gone. If the error still appears, then you may have to adjust the power settings.

 

Method 3: By Adjusting the Power Settings Using Registry Editor

 

Before you make any changes to the registry editor, make sure that you create a backup of your registry data.

 

Step 1: Open Registry Editor and navigate to the below path:

 

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\PowerSettings2ee47-9041-4b5d-9b77-535fba8b1442
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\PowerSettings\012ee47-9041-4b5d-9b77-535fba8b1442\0b2d69d7-a2a1-449c-9680-f91c70521c60
b2d69d7-a2a1-449c-9680-f91c70521c60

 

Double-click on Attributes  on the right side of the pane.


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Registry Editor Navigate To Power Settings Path Attributes Double Click

 

Step 2: It will open the Edit DWORD (32-bit) Value dialogue box. Change the Value Data to 2.

Press OK to save the changes and exit.

 

Edit Dword (32 Bit) Value Value Data Chanage To 2 Ok

 

Step 3: Now, go to the below path in the registry editor:

 

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\PowerSettings2ee47-9041-4b5d-9b77-535fba8b1442\dab60367-53fe-4fbc-825e-521d069d2456.

 

On the right side of the screen, double-click on Attributes.

 

Registry Editor Navigate To Power Settings Path 2 Attributes Double Click

 

Step 4: It will open the Edit DWORD (32-bit) Value dialogue box. Change the Value Data to 2.

Press OK to save the changes and exit.

 

Edit Dword (32 Bit) Value Value Data Chanage To 2 Ok

 

 

Step 5: Right-click on Start and select Run.

 

Desktop Start Right Click Run

 

Step 6: In the Run command, type powercfg.cpl and press OK to open the Power Options window.

 

Run Command Powercfg.cpl Enter

 

Step 7: In the Power Options window, go to the right side and next to your Selected plan, click on Change plan settings.

 

Change Plan Settings Min

 

Step 8: Next, click on Change advanced power settings.

 

Change Plan Settings Change Advanced Power Settings

 

Step 9: It opens the Power Options dialogue box. Under Advanced settings, expand Hard disk and then expand AHCI Link Power Management – HIPM/DIPM.

Under it, you will see two options – On battery and Plugged in. Set both the options to Active.

Step 10: Now, expand AHCI Link Power Management – Adaptive.

Set both the options – On battery and Plugged in under it to 0.

Step 11: Then, expand Turn off hard disk after and set the On battery option under it to Never.

Press Apply and then OK to save the changes and exit.


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Once done, restart your PC and the error should be gone now. But, if you are still seeing the error, you may then need to changing the power plan settings as below.

 

Method 4: By Changing the Power Plan Settings

 

Step 1: Open the Power Options dialogue box as shown in the above method and select High Performance power plan from the drop-down.

This will change the PCI Express status to Off.

Press Apply and then OK to confirm changes.

 

Power Options High Performance Pci Express Off Apply Ok

 

Restart your PC and you should not see the Reset to device, \Device\RaidPort0 was issued error anymore.

If the error still comes up, you can try updating the AHCI driver.

 

Method 5: By Updating the AHCI Driver

 

Step 1: Press Win + X hotkey on your keyboard and select Device Manager from the menu.

 

Win + X Device Manager

 

Step 2: In the Device manager window, expand the IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers section.

Now, right-click on the AHCI controller below it and select Update driver.

 

Device Manager Ide Ata Atapi Controllers Ahci Controller Right Click Update Driver

 

Step 3: Next, click on Search automatically for update driver software. 

 

Ahci Controller Update Driver Search Automatically For Update Driver Software To

 

Now, follow the on-screen instructions to complete checking for any available latest drivers. If found, Windows will automatically update it. Once done, reboot your PC and the problem should be solved.

If you are still facing the problem, you would need to disable fast startup. Let’s see how.


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Method 6: By Disabling Fast Startup

 

Step 1: Right-click on Start and select Run.

 

Desktop Start Right Click Run

 

Step 2: In the Run command, type powercfg.cpl and press OK to open the Power Options window.

 

Run Command Powercfg.cpl Enter

 

Step 3: In the Power Options window, go to the left side and click on Choose what the power button do.

 

Choose What The Power Button Does

 

Step 4: In the next window, click on Change settings that are currently available.

 

Change Settings That Are Currently Unavailable

 

Step 5: In the System Settings window, under the Shut-down settings section, uncheck the box next to Turn on fast start-up (recommended).

Press the Save changes button to confirm the changes.

 

Shut Down Settings Turn On Fast Start Up (recommended) Uncheck Save Changes

 

Now, restart your PC and the “Reset to device, DeviceRaidPort0, was issued” error will be no more there.

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1 thought on “Reset to Device, \Device\RaidPort0 Was Issued Error Fix”

  1. What happens if you do all of the suggested fixes, which helped my computer, but you still are getting the error? What does that signify, a hardware issue?

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