The ring error code 0x80131500 is a code that indicates that the processor has detected a problem with the way that the ring buffer is being used. This can happen when the processor is trying to read data from the ring buffer that has not been properly written to it, or when the processor is trying to write data to the ring buffer that has not been properly read from it. This can also happen when the processor is trying to access the ring buffer in a way that is not allowed by the security settings.
1. Restart your computer and try again
- If your computer is on, turn it off.
- Unplug the power cord from the back of your computer.
- Wait five seconds, and plug the power cord back in.
- Boot your computer from the operating system CD or DVD.
- If you are using Windows 8 or 10, open the Charms bar, click Search, type "restart," and then click Restart.
- If you are using Windows 7 or 8, open the Start menu, click All Programs, click Accessories, and then click System Tools.
- Click Restart.
- If you are using Windows 10, click the Windows logo in the bottom-left corner of the screen, click Settings, and then click Power.
- Click Restart.
- After your computer restarts, try to solve the problem again.
2. Update your drivers
- Go to Device Manager by right clicking My Computer and selecting Manage.
- Under the Sound, Video and Graphics category, find the device that is causing the ring error code and right click on it.
- From the menu that pops up, select Update Driver.
- Browse to the location of the driver that you want to install and select it.
- Click on the Next button.
- Select the appropriate driver for your computer’s operating system and click on the Next button.
- Click on the Finish button.
- Restart your computer.
3. Try a different USB port
- Ensure that the device is properly plugged into the USB port.
- Verify that the device is properly connected to the computer via USB.
- If the device is properly connected and the USB port is working, try connecting the device to another USB port on the computer.
- If the device is properly connected and the USB port is working, try resetting the device by pressing and holding the power button and the reset button for 10 seconds.
- If the device is properly connected and the USB port is working, try reinstalling the driver for the device.
4. Try a different USB cable
- Remove battery if possible
- Remove USB cable from device and plug into another USB port on your computer
- If you are still getting the ring error code, reinstall the drivers for your device
- If you are still getting the ring error code, replace the USB cable
Some users might also have success with the following opitons:
- Try a different USB device.
- Try a different ring.
- Try a different computer.
- Contact your manufacturer for further assistance.