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Hello, and I hope you can help me with this. I recently updated my motherboard drivers using a program named Driver Detective. I had used this before, and without any problems, but this time, I had some serious ones. My first attempts to update resulted in my computer only semi starting; it would get to the Windows loading screen with the scrolling bar, then go black.

I managed to get Windows running again after some trouble and working with the Windows CD, but ever since then Windows has been acting oddly. It recognizes but is unable to load my wireless keyboard and mouse, claiming a fatal error loading the drivers. It also keeps running Windows Update, but is unable to actually perform any of the updates, stating they were unable to be loaded. I'm also having some trouble with the drivers for my network, notably the Wan Miniport (IP) and Packet Scheduler Miniport #5.

All of these problems seem to hinge on Windows having some kind of trouble loading drivers or updates. The computer has been working fine otherwise, giving me no undue problems. Does anyone have a suggestion as to what might be causing this, and what can be done to fix it? Previous searches into the subject seem to suggest a corrupted file, but I don't feel safe rooting around in sensitive files without some directions.

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I had a similar issue with Windows Update on a customer PC the other day. The fix I got from Microsoft was long, but it worked. Here's what I had to do:

1. Run the following command first.

net stop cryptsvc

net stop wuauserv

net stop bits

2. Rename the following folders:

%windir%\system32\catroot
%windir%\system32\catroot2
%windir%\SoftwareDistribution

3. create a .bat file with the following text:
regsvr32 comcat.dll /s

regsvr32 msxml3.dll /s

regsvr32 shdoc401.dll /s

regsvr32 cdm.dll /s

regsvr32 softpub.dll /s

regsvr32 wintrust.dll /s

regsvr32 initpki.dll /s

regsvr32 dssenh.dll /s

regsvr32 rsaenh.dll /s

regsvr32 gpkcsp.dll /s

regsvr32 sccbase.dll /s

regsvr32 slbcsp.dll /s

regsvr32 mssip32.dll /s

regsvr32 cryptdlg.dll /s

regsvr32 wucltui.dll /s

regsvr32 shdoc401.dll /i /s

regsvr32 dssenh.dll /s

regsvr32 rsaenh.dll /s

regsvr32 gpkcsp.dll /s

regsvr32 sccbase.dll /s

regsvr32 slbcsp.dll /s

regsvr32 asctrls.ocx /s

regsvr32 oleaut32.dll /s

regsvr32 shdocvw.dll /I /s

regsvr32 shdocvw.dll /s

regsvr32 browseui.dll /s

regsvr32 browseui.dll /I /s

regsvr32 msrating.dll /s

regsvr32 mlang.dll /s

regsvr32 hlink.dll /s

regsvr32 mshtmled.dll /s

regsvr32 urlmon.dll /s

regsvr32 plugin.ocx /s

regsvr32 sendmail.dll /s

regsvr32 scrobj.dll /s

regsvr32 mmefxe.ocx /s

regsvr32 corpol.dll /s

regsvr32 jscript.dll /s

regsvr32 msxml.dll /s

regsvr32 imgutil.dll /s

regsvr32 thumbvw.dll /s

regsvr32 cryptext.dll /s

regsvr32 rsabase.dll /s

regsvr32 inseng.dll /s

regsvr32 iesetup.dll /i /s

regsvr32 cryptdlg.dll /s

regsvr32 actxprxy.dll /s

regsvr32 dispex.dll /s

regsvr32 occache.dll /s

regsvr32 occache.dll /i /s

regsvr32 iepeers.dll /s

regsvr32 urlmon.dll /i /s

regsvr32 cdfview.dll /s

regsvr32 webcheck.dll /s

regsvr32 mobsync.dll /s

regsvr32 pngfilt.dll /s

egsvr32 licmgr10.dll /s

regsvr32 icmfilter.dll /s

regsvr32 hhctrl.ocx /s

regsvr32 inetcfg.dll /s

regsvr32 tdc.ocx /s

regsvr32 MSR2C.DLL /s

regsvr32 msident.dll /s

regsvr32 msieftp.dll /s

regsvr32 xmsconf.ocx /s

regsvr32 ils.dll /s

regsvr32 msoeacct.dll /s

regsvr32 inetcomm.dll /s

regsvr32 msdxm.ocx /s

regsvr32 dxmasf.dll /s

regsvr32 l3codecx.ax /s

regsvr32 acelpdec.ax /s

regsvr32 mpg4ds32.ax /s

regsvr32 voxmsdec.ax /s

regsvr32 danim.dll /s

regsvr32 Daxctle.ocx /s

regsvr32 lmrt.dll /s

regsvr32 datime.dll /s

regsvr32 dxtrans.dll /s

regsvr32 dxtmsft.dll /s

regsvr32 WEBPOST.DLL /s

regsvr32 WPWIZDLL.DLL /s

regsvr32 POSTWPP.DLL /s

regsvr32 CRSWPP.DLL /s

regsvr32 FTPWPP.DLL /s

regsvr32 FPWPP.DLL /s

regsvr32 WUAPI.DLL /s

regsvr32 WUAUENG.DLL /s

regsvr32 ATL.DLL /s

regsvr32 WUCLTUI.DLL /s

regsvr32 WUPS.DLL /s

regsvr32 WUWEB.DLL /s

regsvr32 wshom.ocx /s

regsvr32 wshext.dll /s

regsvr32 vbscript.dll /s

regsvr32 scrrun.dll mstinit.exe /setup /s

regsvr32 msnsspc.dll /SspcCreateSspiReg /s

regsvr32 msapsspc.dll /SspcCreateSspiReg /s

regsvr32 mshtml.dll /s

regsvr32 wups2.dll


net start cryptsvc

net start wuauserv

net start bits

4: Run the .bat file on the system. It should restart all of the WU processes upon completion.

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Thanks for the possible solution, but I have some questions.

One: in the second step, what do I rename those files to?

Two. Does it matter what I name the .bat file?

Three... and this one is a bit embarrassing... How do you create a .bat file? Just make a text file and change the suffix to .bat?

And lastly, running the .bat just needs it to be typed in under the run prompt, right?

Thanks again for trying to help out.

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You can rename the files anything, you are just trying to prevent windows from using the old data. The .bat file can be named anything, and yes, all you have to do is create a text doc and save it as a .bat. Then you can execute it from the cmd promt or just by double-clicking it.

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Thank you!

This did indeed fix my Windows Update Errors. I have yet to see if it will fix my other problems as well, but updates are running once more.

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Hello,and I hope you can help me with this. I recently updated my motherboard drivers using a program named Driver Detective. I had used this before, and without any problems, but this time, I had some serious ones. My first attempts to update resulted in my computer only semi starting; it would get to the Windows loading screen with the scrolling bar, then go black.

I managed to get Windows running again after some trouble and working with the Windows CD, but ever since then Windows has been acting oddly. It recognizes but is unable to load my wireless keyboard and mouse, claiming a fatal error loading the drivers. It also keeps running Windows Update, but is unable to actually perform any of the updates, stating they were unable to be loaded. I'm also having some trouble with the drivers for my network, notably the Wan Miniport (IP) and Packet Scheduler Miniport #5.

All of these problems seem to hinge on Windows having some kind of trouble loading drivers or updates. The computer has been working fine otherwise, giving me no undue problems. Does anyone have a suggestion as to what might be causing this, and what can be done to fix it? Previous searches into the subject seem to suggest a corrupted file, but I don't feel safe rooting around in sensitive files without some directions.

Dracos,

Please tell us which OS(Operating System) are you using?

Did you download this software "Driver Detective" from internet and than installed it in your
computer? It is always preferable to use the Motherboard CD that came along with your Computer when you purchased it from a vendor.

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My OS should be listed in my system profile, but it's Windows XP Professional, Service pack 2.

The system was built, so the motherboard came separate from the rest.

And Driver Detective was downloaded from online after the computer was assembled. The problem with the program, as far as I've been able to determine is that it refers you to install different drivers for things that all run under the same driver, which causes conflicts. At least that seems to be the trouble. As I said, I used it a few times to see if any of my drivers were in need of updating, and it worked fine; this happened when I tried to use it to update drivers for the more critical parts of my computer.

I would never actually use it now other than as an indicator of a driver being out of date, so I knew to go look for a newer version.

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This is proof that Microsoft made Windows too complicated. It's own install disk can't repair the installation.

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