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Windows 7: Problem with USB driver - possibly overwritten by LibUSB

04 Dec 2011   #1

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Problem with USB driver - possibly overwritten by LibUSB

I just tried installing epsxe, i've done it before but never with bluetooth support, and last time I installed it I was using XP - now I tried on Windows 7. I was following instructions here: Use PS3 Controller in Windows Wireless Bluetooth or Wired but I wasn't very careful and when I installed the libusb drivers, I didn't run in compatibility mode. When the driver completed installation my keyboard and mouse stopped working, but my music was still playing so the computer obviously hadn't crashed. I rebooted, and my bios works fine, but once i get to the login screen the keyboard and mouse stop working again. I currently have 3 hard drives, and if i switch the boot priority to my alternate Windows 7 drive i can boot up just fine and use it. However, I'd like to use my main Windows 7 drive. Unfortunately I can't reinstall drivers (that I know of) because I can't log in to my main account. I can still access the files on the main Windows 7 drive, but only from the alternate drive. Has anyone else had this issue and knows how to fix it? I've been looking around but so far the only advice i see is to reformat, which i really don't want to do... I tried using a USB-PS/2 converter, but it didn't work, even when I tried with a wired mouse plugged in to the PS/2 port before booting. I tried safe mode with and without CMD Prompt, but once it got to the login screen in either one the keyboard/mouse stopped working again. If it matters, my main mouse is a Logitech wireless mouse.
Also, at one point my computer crashed and when it booted my computer tried to repair itself, and it got stuck on checking drivers - when it was done, my computer said that it could not be repaired, and that "a recent change to the drivers prevented the computer from starting."
Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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