this is kind of a long story, but please bear with me.
After having read about being able to use a Sixaxis (PS3) controller on a PC, I decided to try it. This consisted of a libusb driver (LibUsb-win32) and an executable file called ps3sixaxis_en.exe. I had to install the driver first, and then run the executable. This didn't have any effect, and because the driver version wasn't the one that I needed, someone advised me to manually delete the libusb files.
Me thinking that I'm some techy, decided to delete 2 libusb files in system32 and system32/drivers and even messing in the registry. After letting the regedit window popup, I searched for libusb and deleted the files. I intended to rerun the libusb-win32 driver, but accidentally activated the executable file.
My computer then crashed and rebooted. After it had booted again, I could no longer use my mouse or keyboard. I entered the bios and to my surprise I could actually enter it (you have to use the keyboard after all) and could screw around in it. I used q-flash on my Gigabyte GA-X48-DQ6 motherboard to try the bios that the Gigabyte site had up, but to no avail.
I then figured I had screwed windows over, and wanted to reinstall windows. I then thought to myself; I don't want to lose my files! So instead of formatting the drive, I tried to recover. Bad move. After the program had ran, I was stuck at a selection screen (I think the language files one). Which means I can't boot regular XP no more, and can only get into a bios screen I don't know what to do with.
Can anybody please help me with my trouble?