Among the several values shown, look for one named UpperFilters and one named LowerFilters. If you only have one or the other, that's fine. (There's no need to select them as I did in the screenshot above. I just did that to call out the values.)
Important: If you don't see either registry value listed then there's nothing to do here and this solution obviously isn't one that will solve your problem. Check again that you've chosen the correct device class and have selected the correct registry key. If you're sure you have, you'll need to try a different solution: How to Fix Device Manager Error Codes.
Note: Your registry might also have an UpperFilters.bak and/or a LowerFilters.bak value in addition to the UpperFilters and LowerFilters values. If so, don't worry about it. There's no need to delete them. It won't hurt anything to remove them but it also won't correct any problem you're having either.