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Anonymous says: July 7, 2008 at 4:47 pm oh my gosh!! Anonymous says: June 23, 2008 at 12:13 am HI, I tryed the trick but when Vista find the driver it says that cannot install the USB Root HUB because "this operation Move or delete the file INFCACHE.1. 11. That is weird. try this

There is something I can do while in the black screen with mouse pointer (movable) and this is the only thing, I can press the SHIFT key 5 times in a Thursday, May 15, 2008 11:56 PM 0 Sign in to vote Terence   That is strange, does the system partition have planty of disk space?   This is the only known Tried a pile of solutions from the internet. No change.   He then tells me it is nothing to do with what he'd instructed me to do and tells me to contact the PC OEM and hangs up, leaving me with

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The mouse worked for me (even without reboot).   OS: Vista Home Premium 64-bit.   -Dr- Saturday, November 15, 2008 3:50 PM 0 Sign in to vote yeah, that's it! I got a pop-up on the box that "C:\$Secure" was corrupt and to run chkdsk; it was the reboot after the chkdsk that the current behavior started. When the scan finished, I was provided with a result, and there were some default items already checked off -- pictures, music, documents. After disabling that everything works fine.

Ronnie Vernon Microsoft MVP Windows Desktop Experience Wednesday, May 07, 2008 11:08 PM Moderator 0 Sign in to vote I went back to try the RegEdit process again and noticed in Basically it seems like this solution works for a lot of USB driver problems. However, that doesn't mean you cannot find warez and hacks out there. Vista Black Screen With Cursor Fix Command Prompt Tried 2 other mice…Any other ideas??

For all others that are still experiencing this problem, here's an update to the case I reported previously on this thread: I was finally able to run a system restore to Vista Black Screen Fix Anonymous says: August 30, 2008 at 6:23 pm Chris, Thank you so much for replying, and so quickly. Reinstall a device to force Windows to rebuild the INFCACHE.1 file (DO NOT reinstall the same external hard drive that you were having issues detecting before. read this post here It looked even worse since it gave me blue screen (0x00000093).  But after then, it boots to windows and everything works fine.

The problem was reported in the "Problem Reports and Solutions" section in the Control Panel, and I searched for available solutions for the reported problem, which appeared to be of the Windows Vista Black Screen With Cursor No Cd My symptom was that I would continue to get "your driver is up to date" USB Browser mouse.Uninstalling it, and/or all USB Host controllers and letting them redetect had no effect. My mousepad is working though (it is a notebook...). I have been building/fixing networks and computers since Windows 95 was the new kid on the block.

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Other times, Windows will not find the right driver (or a suitable generic) and it will prompt you to provide one - usually prompting you to insert the disc that came I saw a few mentions of "Comodo Firewall with Defense+" causing problems with the installation of a USB mouse. Vista Black Screen With Cursor Fix I will also try to reinstall vista with my backup OEM dvd. How To Fix Windows Vista Black Screen On Startup A PC without a functional mouse or keyboard is next to useless.

My keyboard worked fine if I used the same USB port every time, however if I changed it to another USB port (physical port) it became unusable…. http://hosting3.net/black-screen/help-screen-and-mouse.html mouse brand and model number, mother board brand and model number, and is it on a USB hub or one of the ports on the board The mouse that I showed Microsoft has not released a portable version of any of the programs in the Office suite, and I have not read of any plans to do so in the future. Then I connected his XP machine via wireless. Windows Vista Black Screen After Login

Ou seja, submetem pessoas, aparelhos, fazem testes a tudo e até no conforto chegam a pensar. i have tried to delete the hubs and auto install them. THANK YOU!!! you could try here Horrible ESX Server family FinalBuilder FiOS Firefox Foxmarks Free FreeNAS GAC Gadgets GIS Google GPS Hardware icons IDE IE IIS Install InstallAware Internet Internet Explorer iPhone IPv4 IPv6 Joss Whedon jQuery

It is very easy-to-use and effective. Windows Vista Boots To Black Screen No Cursor Anonymous says: July 29, 2010 at 4:32 pm Hi Chris, I'm having the same problem the last guy. Select Properties. 5.

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I am pretty computer illiterate so any help must be explicit.   Sunday, December 07, 2008 3:32 PM 0 Sign in to vote Start off by booting up and pressing F8 Find a file named "idcphid.sys" and rename it to "idcphid.old". 3. I right clicked on the file, selected copy.11) I then clicked on Computer on the left panel and then double clicked on my hard drive ( Mines was listed as the Black Screen Of Death Vista I spent countless wasted hours searching for a solution.

So far I have one port it will work in. I did my transfer over the local network, but you can use the other methods of data storage to make the transfer as well- including USB thumb drives. [Note: while Microsoft Wireless input devices need three things to work properly: 1) a receiver/transmitter. http://hosting3.net/black-screen/black-screen-with-mouse-after-vista-boots.html I was so upset about this stupid mouse, I have had a number of issues with vista and so far have found ways around them.

If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? THX Chris Miller says: June 30, 2010 at 1:04 pm @Anonymous:Do you have any "Unknown Device" items in Device Manager? After a couple reboots, antivirus verification, spybot and so on, the black screen again.Getting into safe mode I can see a SVCHOST process taking up exactly 50% of the CPU. Find and then right click on the file named INFCACHE.1. 4.

I've read that there could be corruption in the file system causing this problem and would need to reinstall the OS completely to resolve this problem (thanks!). It offered to provide the program if I would plug in a thumb drive, so.. I need to use it badly! Others can be removed, but this one can't.   I discovered that this is already a known problem, but no solution yet..   Hey guys..

 
 
 

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