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Device Manager - Multiple devices not started

After updating to build 22581, on March 25th, I now have a bunch of devices in "Device Manager" in the same state as the screenshots posted below.

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In the "information" box:

Device UEFI\RES_{b438195e-a7b1-46a3-83c7-7e966e03b5eb}\0 had a problem starting.

Driver Name: oem100.inf

Class Guid:{f2e7dd72-6468-4e36-b6f1-6488f42c1b52}

Service:

Lower Filters:

Upper Filters:

Problem: 0x0

Problem Status: 0xC00000E5

I don't know how the system firmware can be 'not started', but the same happens for Bluetooth, Wi-fi, audio, integrated graphics, fingerprint driver. Besides that, i've encountered no issue with those devices.

I had a similar issue some month ago, with a public/stable release of Windows, but on that occasion I noticed the aforementioned event only in the integrated graphics, I did not check the other devices. I had solved it with a clean install of Windows 11, but this time I would like to avoid having to reinstall all the apps.

Any suggestions?

 

Dell Inspiron 15 5510

Windows 11 Home, Build 22581.200 (Beta Channel)

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This happens on any given computer, regardless of brand, and on any given product device install. It's been a problem for years, no one at any computer website seems to know the exact conflict causing each one. Many times you can fix it in the Device Manager by simply uninstalling the device (DO NOT DELETE DRIVER) and then immediately scan for hardware changes. Many times you will find the device has now started. Restart computer after doing this.

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