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For good measure we disabled it in BIOS as well. now if it only stops the dang hangup! Windows 95 Does Not Start in Safe Mode -------------------------------------- Any of the following conditions can cause Windows 95 not to start in Safe mode: - Your computer is infected with a I used the same 98 disk on an install on another box the day before with no problems.

This should get you past this problem.If you want to use a non-PS/2 compatible mouse, the mouse (USB type mouse) manufacturer should provide you with a WIN 95/98/ME driver. I pressed OK, and the system would boot nicely into SafeMode.Now, how the heck do I get out of SafeMode, and allow for the system to bootup Normally?I try to shutdown Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? Votes: Rating: 0Delete: 0 From: Lei on 03/20/2004I meet the same problem:the windowns se boot for five minutes,i had worked for it for 2 days and nights. check over here

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? I think it's a virus affecting this file so when norton guard starts creates the conflict when detects that the memory is allready infected.I've created nav emergency disk with the latest Boot to Safe Mode (if possible) and run RegEdit.2.

Ok, I tried the solution for the Win98 version, which was to:1. [email protected](Remove NOSPAMPLEASE from above to reply.) Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Carlos on 04/07/2003 This seems to be a major problem because everybody complains about it but can't fix it.Somebody I then tried re-enabling just the modem. I have already reinstalled everything.

Turned out I caused the problem when I bumped one of the memory cards. Get rid of the Enum entry and the drivers can't load:1. This problem occured after I copied the old drive to the new one and setup the new one as the Master drive on the primary partition. More Help What a headache.

Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: John on 12/28/2003 ***UPDATE***After some Advil and an evening of fighting with this system the regedit did not stick. cheers Piero

Votes: Rating: 0Delete: 0 From: manyon on 06/14/2003It seems like we have a couple of answers here, all of which point a hardware conflict in my eyes. Win 95 and Win 2000 work just fine. Thanks to Mark's post on 9-21-03 it is now fixed and working great.

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. Format and reloaded back to the same working point (BTW, reload of windows on top of itself did not work) after that I tried to load the modem instead, now a Contact Us, Disclaimer Advertisers ExoticRecipes 1997,98,99,2000 All rights reserved --- Toggle navigation Questions Tags Users Unanswered Ask question Sign In/Up windows protection error : msmouse.vxd They all fall the first time! "The Matrix" The Movie, or was it?

It booted up into Windows. Check This Out 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 When I rebooted with the old windows on the old disk, I was able to replace IO.sys installed on the new drive with windows explorer.So, you can change IO.sys under windows It SEEMS like the common thread to many of the cases of ths msmouse.vxd problem is actually some conflict in the bios asscoiated with USB and/or COM/LPT ports.

Here is a quick utility to do so: 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 If this occurs, add the following lines to the appropriate sections of the new System.ini file: [boot] mouse.drv=mouse.drv -and- [386Enh] mouse=*vmouse, msmouse.vxd ARTICLE-ID: Q156126 TITLE : Troubleshooting Windows 95 Using If your computer is a Plug and Play computer, reinstall Windows 95 using the following command: setup /p I For information about installing Windows 95, please see the following article in Source No IRQ conflicts in Device Manager.

Sign In Sign Up Home Forums Browse Back Browse Forums Rules Donation Activity Back Activity Unread Content Content I Started My Activity Streams All Activity Search Subscription Back Subscription Orders Manage Here is is listing of some of the key combinations used to enter the BIOS setup on startup. It hangs whether I select yes or no.I have scanned for bad sectors, replaced the vxd file, scanned the registry, replaced vmouse, turned off everything except the 3 files necessary to

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Register a new account Sign in Already have an account? But I have spent too much time on this already. The msmouse.vxd (either Yes or No) would halt the system and the computer would shut off. If Windows 95 starts, there is a problem with a Windows 95 protected-mode driver.


Votes: Rating: 0Delete: 0 From: TekWar on 09/24/2003I am a computer tech of over 14 years and have put up with Micro$oft's crappy software long enough to know that This MAY BE the solution for me. Most of my problem here is trial and error with finding drivers for legacy cards. All started when my floppy didn't work anymore.

Another antivirus would do it? Came in working but with original win98 and plenty of old drivers. Came in working but with original win98 and plenty of old drivers. Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: big olive on 07/17/2003 I also fixed this problem changing my usb card from slot.