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Windows 7: Deleted bad USB drivers, now on startup, USB keyboard and mouse inop

02 Jun 2013   #1

Deleted bad USB drivers, now on startup, USB keyboard and mouse inop

I recently have been experiencing BSOD with BUGCODE USB error. Machine freezes on startup, then sometimes automatically reboots. Sometimes freezes on startup at different points and has to be unplgged for about an hour before it restarts properly. I read on several threads to uninstall the USB drivers and on startup, the drivers will reinstall automatically. The only problem is the keyboard and mouse are USB and on startup, none of the USB ports work so I can't enter the password to start windows properly so that it can load the drivers. Hindsight is 20/20 but I now realize that was pretty stupid as I have no other ports to plug the keyboard and mouse to.

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02 Jun 2013   #2


Ok. I let it sit for about an hour and it fired up. Keyboard and mouse work OK after startup. Still will not shut down properly and locks on the shutdown screen. Will not reboot unless you leave it for about an hour. I am currently using the machine as I type this and it seems to work OK. It just locks up during shutdown and locks up sometimes during startup. I'm guessing a bad USB driver but not sure.
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02 Jun 2013   #3

win 7 ultimate32bit, Win8.1pro wmc 32bit

Hi scottr208, Welcome to the forums, If you would please give us a little more info on your PC ( motherboard, CPU,GPU etc ) we may be able to answer your post
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 Deleted bad USB drivers, now on startup, USB keyboard and mouse inop

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