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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 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 I thought it may just work by just pluging it in. here is a solution I stumbled across that may help ... have a peek at this web-site

The bad news? 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... apply>>ok>>reboot...error? Restart.

Tried all configurations and even a boot manager 'boot.use' from but no joy. Browsing all the posts here, I suspected it was most likely a problem caused by corrupt hardware drivers listed in the Registry. and still it hangs. still not sure whether it's a driver associated with msmouse.vxd or not which might be corrupt.

Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Greg on 04/20/2003 I just ran into the same problem after installing some new software. Join and Comment By clicking you are agreeing to Experts Exchange's Terms of Use. I've a same problem and am just not able to fix it. Now click on Driver File Details.

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. thank you! now if it only stops the dang hangup! Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Dennis on 07/22/2003 My 98se msmouse.vxd problem started after installing a slave HDD as an extended logical drive.

I followed TekWar's suggestion posted on 9/24/03:The Enum entry contains all of the hardware driver info and drivers are loaded from there. But Im afraid it will do the protection error again. Problem started after I installed Windows Installer 2.0 while trying to update Office 2000. Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: jim on 02/28/2005 i also have a problem with msmouse.vxd.there is ab article at microsoft website that states windows changes the file name to msmouse.old

It didnt so I went to Game Controllers in the Control Panel. There ya go homeslice ! [This message has been edited by Anubus (edited 11-01-2000).] Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Windows 95/98/ME Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Reboot and let the OS re-detect the hardware.The machine started up with no more glitches any more. Unless it is just Bill demonstrating he has a capacity for sick humor as well as world domination.

I wish I could find a solution, as it more annoying than anything else,,not knowing why Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Dave on 10/30/2003 Ok, on the frozen msmouse.vxd problem, Check This Out installed sound card and poof, hung after what was the mouse driver according to step-by-step. So I pulled out the old MS Precision Pro joystick and plugged it in my SoundBlaster Game Port. Loaded fresh win98se, loaded display drivers, loaded nic, all of the above just fine.

I didn't see any yellow ! Another antivirus would do it? If you can not locate such a mouse installation program/driver set, then I would suggest using a PS/2 compatible mouse.Also note, WIN98 will not recognize disk partitions greater than 137GB (unless Source Reboot and let the OS re-detect the hardware.Keep in mind that this may not be the fix for all situations that have this symptom, but it has fixed a few in

You must restart your computersometimes IOS is replaced by VMCPD or VDD...Please help! 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites BATSoftware    0 0 2 posts July The machine then booted normally and has done so three times thus far. 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

Bad mix, driver problem ?

Double click the type of mouse that's listed and click the Driver tab. it seems there are several alleged "fixes" but none of them work for everyone all the time. 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 The reset will allow the fan to startup the boot, but the buttons at the front for power on and reboot do not work, until I have reset the I/O switch

What a headache. Swapped out power supply, motherboard, CPU and memory, but it would still hang. System halted" If I bring up my computer step by step, the last file (if you need all the files that came up, let me know and I'll write them down) Fortunately, my machine was an IBM Thinkpad which detected on start-up the hardware without drivers and loaded them from the Drivers directory.

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. So that confirmed that it's not a driver associated with msmouse.vxd.