anyway i gave my'n so i'm out off here grtz and sorry for my bad translation to english. 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 After I install nav 2003 (on my friend's infected PC), when PC reboots it shuts down when loading some vxd file. Problem started after I installed Windows Installer 2.0 while trying to update Office 2000. check my blog
[email protected](Remove NOSPAMPLEASE from above to reply.) Votes: Rating: 0Delete: 0 From: Carlos on 04/07/2003This seems to be a major problem because everybody complains about it but can't fix it. msmouse.vxd is not essential for mouse operation, at least on my machine.2. Please, Can someone help me to create a subnet consisting of 12 IP's. I don't use 98 much these days but I would really like to know what the cause of this problem is? you could check here
I restored the registry from yesterday, and that solved the problem! 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 Loaded fresh win98se, loaded display drivers, loaded nic, all of the above just fine.
I can boot into Safe Mode fine and I can boot to a DOS prompt, but not into "Normal" mode. Very frustrating. If it does not read as such, chang it so it does. If you do not know which driver is causing the error message, create a Bootlog.txt file and check to see which driver was the last driver initialized.
however after eventually waiting for the pnp to install the mobo drivers i still had the same problem. 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 Same problem,,hangs forever 3-4 minutes on msmouse.vxd. Another antivirus would do it?
Problem started after I installed Windows Installer 2.0 while trying to update Office 2000. I thought it was a mouse problem when it locked up after i told it to load msmouse.vxd. The last resort in these cases is usually deleting the 'enum' key in the registry. Reseating the memory card fixed it.Thanks to all of you, especially the guy that mentioned memory sticks.
FREE scan download now! I'm back to 2 HDDs with wk2 in c: and nothing in d: yet, all is working well. Turned out I caused the problem when I bumped one of the memory cards. 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.
The mobo in question is a "systemboard pc/100" (thats original!) made by pcchips, 433Mhz Celery After spending a ridiculous amount of time on it i had to give it back to click site Get rid of the Enum entry and the drivers can't load.Also, you may have to go into the Control Panel on some machines and start the Add New Hardware Wizard to Rename the Win.ini file in the Windows folder to Win.sav. 5. KBCategory: kberrmsg kbtshoot KBSubcategory: win95 diskmem Additional reference words: 95 wpe corrupt Copyright Microsoft Corporation 1996.
Votes: Rating: 0Delete: 0 From: Thies on 01/09/2005Hello,on my PC this problem (hanging after loading msmouse.vxd) occurred after installing Kaspersky Anti-Virus Personal 5.0. (strange, can't see any relation to the other Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Glen on 01/09/2004 Almost ripped out the Enum key, then decided to "disable in this profile" both the modem and the NIC. Long story short- using this clue I ran the scanreg /restore command from the DOS command prompt, selected an earlier copy of the registry known to be good, and- voila- problem news Doing a completely fresh install of Win98SE, Norton AV 2002, Novell Client, & Office2000 Pro.
Assuming you are using a motherboard with a PS/2 connector, connect a working PS/2 compatable mouse and try the install again. Win 95 and Win 2000 work just fine. Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 --- Replies to this Problem --- From: Ivan on 12/18/2010 I deleted ENUM in the registry, let Windows98 recognize all the hardware and it got frozen
Different motherboards allow for different mouse types. The video card driver had a conflict and the monitor defaulted to 640x480 VGA 16 color only. Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: John on 12/27/2003 Some light, hopefully a star of hope for you guys. What bothers me is that I don't really know what the solution was.
I thought it may just work by just pluging it in. I had to load a couple of drivers manually though - my modem and wireless network card - so it's essential you have your CDs for those critical drivers for reloading.Epilogue: Try unplugging all of your peripherals (printers, externals drives, modems, gaming stuff, etc.) and then rebooting. More about the author Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Paul on 03/25/2004 My Win98 system would also hang after the msmouse.vxd driver (must have wanted to load my NIC drivers next), and would not
SOLUTION:You must enable Plug'n'Play in the BIOS for the PCI slot that the ES/PCI card is in. Select and DELETE the Enum entry.5. changed mouse. Hope things worked out better for youzVotes: Rating: 0Delete: 0 From: gummylick on 05/22/2003We struggled with this problem, too, and FIXED IT.
Can learn a lot here. here is a solution I stumbled across that may help ... I have had this problem with a system that came into my shop. When I try to view the appl Read More Views 515 Votes 0 Answers 9 May 11, 2003 "Failed to self-register XYZ.dll" Hi there, I wrote a OLE-automation-server DLL in VB4.0.
Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Archie on 01/20/2007 Same problem with hanging on msmouse.vxd in 'step by step boot'. bootup in SafeMode 2.