Windows Protection Error Msmouse
Indeed, as Tekwar forewarned, the sacrifice to pay was to load all my hardware device drivers back. So I pulled out the old MS Precision Pro joystick and plugged it in my SoundBlaster Game Port. The video card driver had a conflict and the monitor defaulted to 640x480 VGA 16 color only. click apply>>ok>>reboot... navigate to this website
Music Tab: DirectMusic test results: All tests were successful. you may have to do this every cold boot.Good luck. It booted right up just fine. I also tried to get info on this problem from the microsoft site, but couldn't find specific information for WinME (there was info for Win95 and 98). http://forums.tweaktown.com/other-os/3993-loading-windows-drivers-causes-windows-protection-error.html
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 It takes nearly 5 minutes for windows to boot up, and diagnostic startup says its hanging on the msmouse.vxd. it didn't.
Thanks for your help. if so boot into command prompt upon boot up and install t6he drivers then reboot. The drives are only 2g and I wanted to run 98 & w2k-Pro. but idunno.
bootup in SafeMode 2. Restart. bug View Public Profile Find all posts by bug « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to 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
I have to give some cudos to the folks here that posted previously as I was stuck and didn't know which direction to go first. I am almost embarassed to say that an update to the bios totally fixed the problem. Will return to this site if I ever find out.Dennis Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: AkillerB on 07/21/2003 Hey, was getting equally frustrated. Then I got a Windows Protection Error after the logo screen popped up.
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 useful reference The last resort in these cases is usually deleting the 'enum' key in the registry. thank you! narrow the error down this way...
But Im afraid it will do the protection error again. 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 Make sure you choose to export all and not just a key!3. http://pubdimensions.com/windows-protection/windows-protection-error-98.php Doing a completely fresh install of Win98SE, Norton AV 2002, Novell Client, & Office2000 Pro.
After the flash, I set the bios to PnP and manual. Good luck! That didn't work so the next step is to re-install Win98 SE in the same directory and hope it fixes my problem.
Came in working but with original win98 and plenty of old drivers.
You need to restart your computer. DirectSound test results: All tests were successful. I tried to reinstall driver and there was always an installation error so that the installation always aborted. This hangup only occurs from a cold boot.
Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Rick on 02/10/2004 Got it now! Everything smooth after that.The problem occurred after installing and trying to launche egoboo, a free 3d dungeon game - possibly some OpenGL call failure.I tried the delete-ENUM solution, too, but that Open HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.4. http://pubdimensions.com/windows-protection/windows-protection-error-win-98.php After I install nav 2003 (on my friend's infected PC), when PC reboots it shuts down when loading some vxd file.
Browsing all the posts here, I suspected it was most likely a problem caused by corrupt hardware drivers listed in the Registry. Hope I'm not hijacking the thread, but my system hangs with a similar FE error, when attempting to burn from a master RW drive. Switched the card from one slot to another and PROBLEM SOLVED! Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: mondmon on 04/08/2008 Error in Reboot!!-Removed ENT registry from regedit,and reboot ok!-Reinstall of all drivers from mode secure ok!-Reboot,and when go to load msmouse.vxd up
Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. I also ended up downloading a Bootlog Analyzer from http://www.vision4.dial.pipex.com/ This revealed it wasn't the mouse after all. Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: bert on 10/10/2003 I pulled the hd off the ultra ata controller, and now it's working fine.