We hope the steps outlined above were helpful in . You can also post your questions or experiences on the HP Support page. It's crucial to note that this is a pretty common problem that's easy to solve, so you shouldn't be concerned if it happens on your computer. The HP Support team will walk you through a step-by-step process to resolve your issues. The technical assistants will be on hand to help you as much as possible.
If updating a driver does not resolve the issue, you should try manually uninstalling and reinstalling it:
1. Remove the device driver from "Device Manager." 2. Select "Uninstall" from the right-click menu for the HP 3D Drive Guard driver. 3. Switch to "Category" in the "Control Panel" and select "Uninstall." 4. Locate and uninstall the HP 3D Drive Guard software from Windows 10. 5. Restart the device and connect to the link. 6. The most recent HP 3D drive Guard driver is available for download. 7. Now, execute the downloaded executable file and follow the steps to install the driver.