Do this for every entry in the Device Manager and compile a list. go back to msconfig and put a check mark in 'process system.ini' and 'process win.ini'... Get rid of the Enum entry and the drivers can't load:1. Is there driver diskette for the mouse? have a peek here
Apparently, the new Enum entries pointed to drivers which might still be faulty. Works better than new. Here is a quick utility to do so: http://freepctech.com/pc/002/files007.shtml Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Crystal on 09/10/2003 Okay...I am having this come up in my system information..How do I fix Can learn a lot here. learn this here now
Maybe the bios isn't supplyng the correct info to the o/s.I had the problem occur when i enabled the onboard USB port, when i couldn't get it to work i got How'd I fix it you ask?Take memory sticks out of their USB readers before restarting the machine.It's so "shoot me stupid simple" that I should be shot. report your findings. I tried reserving IRQs and any other setting I could think of in WIN 98.I tried installing 3 different distro's of linux, they all hung on install ( they all worked
Then assigned the one IRQ (modem, or as the motherboard and windows looks at it, comm port) to legacy and called it good. The msmouse.vxd (either Yes or No) would halt the system and the computer would shut off.Ok, I tried the solution for the Win98 version, which was to:1. michael Reply With Quote October 28th, 2000,11:12 AM #6 zasskar View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Med Student Join Date Apr 2000 Location fort worth, tx usa Posts 12 I'm not Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Buster on 10/28/2007 Also had the win98se lockup on boot.
the msmouse.vxd doesn't need to be under the static vxd tab... But I have spent too much time on this already. We went in, disabled IEE1394 in device manager (it was the first item on list) and rebooted, problem fixed. have a peek here Once you are done with the list, search for these vxd files on your Me CDROM disk.
i got a windows protection fail once, on my old comp.. Reply With Quote October 28th, 2000,09:16 PM #7 newgrl View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Resident Join Date Oct 2000 Location springville,ut us Posts 620 boot into safe mode... you'll be able to tell immediately if there is a white box under this tab. The bios came up with a strange error (which I did not get).
What bothers me is that I don't really know what the solution was. look at this site Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Johnathan on 03/27/2003 I see this problem also, With windows simple step-by-step boot monitor it looks like the mouse driver is the problem. Very frustrating. So that confirmed that it's not a driver associated with msmouse.vxd.
It booted up fine. navigate here Until I read a bunch of stuff on msmouse.vxd and selected running scanreg /restore. does the error occur there? msmouse.vxd is not essential for mouse operation, at least on my machine.2.
brand new bios. apply>>ok>>reboot... All rights reserved. Check This Out Thanks for any help, michael Reply With Quote October 27th, 2000,10:38 AM #2 stressed View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Intern Join Date Sep 1998 Posts 411 Like Windows 98se, there
Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Pau on 08/14/2003 I'm having the same problem. Once you have all of the vxd files you need, copy them to the c:\windows\system directory. Results 1 to 11 of 11 Thread: device IOS Windows protection error @ startup Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced
Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: kingbo on 02/12/2004 I have this problem with msmouse.vxd and i tested everything and nothing works and then i changed the graphic/display Driver and a Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Mike on 05/27/2004 Guys,Thanks for all contributing to this forum thread - I was having the same problem and tried that idea where you delete Get rid of the Enum entry and the drivers can't load.Also, you may have to go into the Control Panel on some machines and start the Add New Hardware Wizard to Click on the any mouse devices you see listed and Remove them all, then click OK.
I did everything you said here---> http://support.gateway.com/support/drivers/ or ftp://ftp.gateway.com/pub/hardware_support/bios/amd/7511677.txt'); BUT i also made a window XP system disc and used it to boot to DOS A: prompt, then i swapped it My mouse is a Microsoft Explorer mouse (the glowing red opti-eye mouse). i had put some new simm ram in it, and i think they were broken... http://jactionscripters.com/windows-protection/windows-protection-error-196.php Moderator, Windows 9x/ME, Windows 2000, www.helpfromtechs.com Reply With Quote October 28th, 2000,09:52 AM #5 zasskar View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Med Student Join Date Apr 2000 Location fort worth, tx
But if you run a 3rd party program (there are a number of free ones on the internet) that shows you a detailed boot record and the exact number of seconds step-by-step stopped when loading msmouse.vxd.Went into safe mode and noticed in device manager that an unknown mouse was in device manager, confirming that it really was getting hung up on msmouse.vxd I went back to one HDdrive ran 'slate 1 /x/b' 4 times and 'fdisk /mbr' 2 times. The top of the tower case right above the power supply was very uncomfortably hot.
Feedback Doctor's Lounge « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Information Users Browsing this Thread There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests) Posting Permissions here is a solution I stumbled across that may help ... Double click the type of mouse that's listed and click the Driver tab. Linux Windows OS Networking Paessler Network Management Advertise Here 767 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 days.
Booting up step-by-step revealed it was locking up on msmouse.vxd for a few minutes and then it finally loaded. Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Scott on 04/10/2003 I am about to set this stupid box on fire - I'm having the same issue.
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