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How to fix PS4 error NP-36006-5?

Published on April 9th, 2022

The np 36006 5 error code is a result of a corrupt or damaged game file. This can happen if the game is not properly installed, if the game is corrupt or damaged, or if the game file is damaged or corrupt. This error code can also occur if the game file is not compatible with the operating system.

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1. Restart your computer

Unplug the power cord from the computer. Remove the battery from the computer. Wait 30 seconds. Insert the power cord back into the computer. Press and hold the power button down until the computer turns off. Wait 10 seconds. Remove the power cord from the computer. Reboot the computer.

2. Update your drivers

  1. Open Device Manager by right-clicking on "My Computer" and selecting "Manage."
  2. Under "Device Manager," select "Network Adapters."
  3. Under "Network adapters," select "Network adapter with the yellow exclamation point."
  4. Click on "Driver" and select "Update Driver."
  5. Click on "Browse my computer for driver software."
  6. Navigate to the folder where the np 36006 5 driver software is stored.
  7. Click on the np 36006 5 driver file and select "Install."
  8. If prompted, click on "Yes."
  9. When the np 36006 5 driver installation is complete, click on "Close."

3. Reinstall your drivers

First, make sure you have the correct drivers for your hardware. If you are not sure, you can find the drivers online or by looking in your computer's manual. Next, unplug your computer and turn it off. Next, remove the hard drive and any other removable storage. Next, insert the hard drive into your computer and turn it on. Next, go to the Windows startup menu and select the "Device Manager." In the "Device Manager," you will see a list of devices. Double-click on "NETWORK ADAPTER." In the "Network Adapter" window, you will see a list of devices. Double-click on "NP-36006-5." In the "Driver" window, click on "Update Driver." In the "Update Driver" window, click on "Browse my computer for driver software." In the "Browse my computer for driver software" window, click on "Let me pick from a list of drivers on my computer." In the "Let me pick from a list of drivers on my computer" window, click on "NETWORK ADAPTER." In the "Network Adapter" window, select "Intel(R) 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection." In the "Driver" window, click on "Install." In the "Install" window, click on "Driver." In the "Driver" window, click on "Confirm." In the "Confirm" window, click on "Install." In the "Install" window, click on "Finish." Your computer should now be restarted and you should be able to use your drivers.

4. Update your BIOS

  1. Boot your computer into Safe Mode with Networking
  2. Click on "Start" and then click on "Control Panel".
  3. Click on "Device Manager".
  4. Under "Motherboard", find "Intel(R) 8 Series/C220 Series Chipset Family USB Enhanced Host Controller" and double-click on it.
  5. Click on "Update Driver".
  6. Click on "Browse my computer for driver software".
  7. On the "Driver Software" window, click on "Browse my computer for driver software from a location".
  8. Click on "Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer".
  9. Click on "Intel(R) USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller - 1.0 (Macintosh)".
  10. Click on "Browse".
  11. Click on "Extract".
  12. Click on "Install".
  13. Click on "OK".
  14. Click on "Close".
  15. Reboot your computer.

5. Use a different USB port

  1. Remove the battery pack from your HP laptop.
  2. Locate the USB port on the side or bottom of your laptop.
  3. Using a Phillips head screwdriver, remove the four screws that hold the cover on the USB port.
  4. Lift the cover off the USB port.
  5. On the underside of the cover, locate and remove the four screws that hold the USB cable in place.
  6. Remove the USB cable from the USB port.
  7. Plug in the USB cable that you removed in step 5 into the USB port on your laptop and screw the cover back on to the USB port.
  8. Replace the battery pack in your HP laptop.
  9. Replace the four screws that you removed in steps 2-4.

Still not working? maybe try one of these options:

  1. Use a different USB cable.
  2. Use a different USB device.
  3. Try a different computer.