Windows Protection Error Msmouse Vxd
restartAs I restarted, the system would prompt a warning window stating my display configurations are not appropriate and press OK to get the Hardware Installation Wizard to fix problem. Try unplugging all of your peripherals (printers, externals drives, modems, gaming stuff, etc.) and then rebooting. I finally had to replace the new Enum entry with my old one (I hadn't deleted it, just renamed it), booted machine up with no glitch, before I reinstalled the video With the suggestions I was able to troubleshoot further and got the job done.Votes: Rating: 0Delete: 0 From: John on 12/27/2003Some light, hopefully a star of hope for you http://pubdimensions.com/windows-protection/windows-protection-error-msmouse.php
Can learn a lot here. Windows Protection Errors are generated when any of the following conditions occur: - A real-mode driver and a protected-mode driver are in conflict. - The registry is damaged. - The Win.com If the msmouse.vxd is the problem, is there way to get an updated driver ? 0 Question by:kenobi Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google LVL 1 Best Solution bykoengi is this of any All started when my floppy didn't work anymore. you could check here
Try this: - Install Microsoft Patch for USB (240075up.exe);- Disable USB 2.0 support from my BIOS;- delete everything on USB from Devices and reinstall them (Refresh); This worked for me. shutdown/restart no problem after that. Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Greg on 04/20/2003 I just ran into the same problem after installing some new software. It booted up into Windows.
finally i decided to try installing win 2k pro and the fault was gone. That said something:1. My Win98 computer was working until I tried to install a wireless network card. Boot to Safe Mode (if possible) and run RegEdit.2.
How do I fix it..-------------- PS/2 Compatible Mouse PortMouseThis Device Has a Problem: Code=28 (0x1C)The drivers for this device are not installed correctly. I set the PnP OS to YES in the BIOS and it worked.thanks dude... It will freeze and it is hung in a hang. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/10350309/windows-protection-error-msmouse-vxd.html Instead, the system was taking forever to load a foreign NIC card.
Join me @ Gang-Wars.com! Switched the card from one slot to another and PROBLEM SOLVED! According to this, Win98 errors during install and the vxd files need to be re-extracted. We used a Bootlog Analyzer (free tool) that gave us the minutes between the last thing loaded and the next thing...
If SYSTEM.INI contains any references to files located on a >137GBdrive, that will cause a failure as well.If this is a 100% fresh (ie - empty registry) install, then you should https://pantherfile.uwm.edu/margo/public/History595/Disk%205%20-%20Files%20-%20Packard%20Bell/98se%20gets%20stuck%20on%20msmouse_vxd%20load%20on%20booting.htm and i edited the /etc/resolv.conf to use my win2003 server dns server. The top of the tower case right above the power supply was very uncomfortably hot. if no driver diskettes came with mouse or if it is microsoft mouse, koengi suggestion should help 0 Featured Post Threat Intelligence Starter Resources Promoted by Recorded Future Integrating threat intelligence
Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Rick on 02/10/2004 I ran into this problem after trying to get my HP6500 scanner working on the USB port of a Tyan motherboard. useful reference It's so "shoot me stupid simple" that I should be shot.Votes: Rating: 0Delete: 0 From: André on 10/12/2003After reading all the replies, I unplugged from the USB socket my switched slots, swaped memory and a battery of other trouble shoots. So I pulled out the old MS Precision Pro joystick and plugged it in my SoundBlaster Game Port.
I have a SB Live Value! I would just chuck the damn thing out but it's got some music files that I recorded, so I'm freaking out trying to get it to work.Any suggestions? Boot D: If Windows 95 does not start under these conditions, try the steps in the "System.ini" section below.
In many cases you can tell from the error message which VxD did not load, but in other cases you may not be able to determine which VxD caused the problem.
it is work correctly now. Award Bios=Ctrl-Alt-EscAMI Bios and Award Bios and others=Del (most common)Compaq=F10Dell=Ctrl-Alt-EnterDell=Reset(Twice)HP Pavillion= Esc then F1NEC=F2Phoenix Bios=Ctrl-Alt-SPhoenix Bios=Ctrl-Alt-Ins PS/2=Ctrl-Alt-?PS/2=InsToshiba=EscToshiba=F1With the Award BIOS you will go to PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION and set PnP OS Installed Make sure you choose to export all and not just a key!3. it wont.
Select and DELETE the Enum entry.5. Sorry for the long story, brazilnut Reply With Quote July 14th, 2001,12:44 AM #2 terrylhouse View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Oct 2000 Location Tucson Az USA Posts 440 Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Dar on 05/05/2003 I'm having a similar problem and have not been able to fix it yet. http://pubdimensions.com/windows-protection/windows-protection-error-win-98.php It did not bring up the Add Hardware Wizard when the card was inserted.
Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Perry on 03/26/2005 I have a Win98 machine having the same problem - boot step-by-step and machine hangs at msmouse.vxd loading - whether I select If Windows 95 starts in Safe mode, see the "Windows 95 Starts in Safe Mode" section below. http://miniprofile.xfire.com/Larommi.png Reply With Quote November 29th, 2000,08:01 AM #6 fluff343 Guest got problem figured out. I told it to output the boot progress to bootlog.txt and sure enough like others said, it was giving me error 0016 while loading all of the fonts and my system
Thanks Mark. Irq?????? Make sure you have all of your driver disks handy tho... 1. I thought it may just work by just pluging it in.
I am almost embarassed to say that an update to the bios totally fixed the problem. Either way, it is fixed now. To do so, restart your computer, press F8 when you see the "Starting Windows 95" message, and then choose Step-By-Step Confirmation from the Startup menu. I had to do it because the new drive is faster than the old one.So, I reset the jumpers at the back of the drives and switched the ribbon cables to
When I remove the line in the system.ini with msmouse.vxd in it, it boots just fine, without mouse support of course. When doing step-by-step confirmation during bootup, it hangs at the msmouse.vxd item. See Terms and Conditions for more information. Thought someone out there might be reading this and like to know!Peace!
The drives are only 2g and I wanted to run 98 & w2k-Pro. FREE scan download now! Works better than new. This could be something like "FDC Failure" or it would lock up while trying to load 'msmouse.vxd'.
On the right of the page; What does "normalised by one notion of the area of a pixel" mean? Disabling is nice quick way to keep a device from loading without actually removing the drivers, same bang for buck.