Might be easier if you list your system spec. and which device/error code in device manager.
Speaking of issues, people reported the following problems:
Graphics card not detected on a laptop – This issue usually occurs with laptops, and if you’re having this problem, you need to be sure that you’re using dedicated graphics.
Graphics card not detected in Device Manager, BIOS – It’s possible that your graphics card isn’t properly connected, or this is usually caused by incompatible drivers, so be sure to update them.
Fix: No Device Drivers Were Found
Solution 1: Switch to a USB 2.0 Port.
Solution 2: Set the Partition to Active.
Solution 3: Create a New Disc.
Solution 4: Enable the xHCI hand-off Option in BIOS.
Solution 5: Change Everything to Legacy and Set the Boot Device to Your DVD or USB.
Hope this helps.
I agree as soon as you post your computer information it will be very helpful otherwise just guessing.
According to this website 1022-43c8 is this:
In Device Manager you should have an error under IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers.
Click on update Driver and see if it will install the SATA Driver otherwise you need to download AMD CHIPSET driver set and install it.