a) Press Windows Key + R and type devmgmt.msc in the Run dialog box to open Device Manager.
b) When the Device Manager window opens, you need to find the USB device which is giving trouble. It may be listed under Human Interface Devices as USB Input Device.
If not there, expand Universal Serial Bus controllers. Find the one in the list for your drive, right click over this entry, pick Properties.
c) In the device properties window, change to Details tab. Click the menu for Properties and select Device Instance Path. Note down the corresponding Value it is a combination of three IDs - namely Vendor ID (VID), Product ID (PID) and Instance ID.
d) Press Windows Key + R combination, type regedit in Run dialog box and press Enter Registry Editor opens.
e) Navigate here:
Substitute the Device Instance Path part (after USB) with the number obtained from the step c.
f) In the right pane of Device Parameters key look for the DWORD named EnhancedPowerManagementEnabled which must be showing its Value data as 1. Double click on the same to get this:
g) In the above shown box, change the Value data to 0. Click OK. Close the Registry Editor and Device Manager.
h) Reboot the PC and retry.