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Windows 7: Drivers not properly loading on boot

07 Mar 2015   #1

Win 7 x64
Drivers not properly loading on boot

Since yesterday I started having problems loading some drivers every time I boot up. None of my mice work except for my wired one (I have 3 lol, overkill I know) my keyboard doesn't work and my USB 3 driver doesn't work so one of my HDsD stops working as well, it's really strange If I check my device manager it did find the right devices but a couple have a little triangle infront of it. Turning them off and on doesn't help, trying to search for drivers doesn't help that says I have the latest ones, the only thing that helps is removing them and letting my comp search for new devices after every boot! I remove 2 things, then takes 20 minutes installing a buckload of HID's and all sorts of random other stuff and then suddenly everything works again... I added a pic of the things it reinstalled, the things I actually remove are the Renseas Electronic USB 3.0 Host Controller and the Intel(R) 6 Series/C200 Series Chipset Family USB Enhanced Host Controller - IC26. Like I said before, this is a new problem, it worked perfectly fine for a few years. Now it fails on EVERY boot.

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07 Mar 2015   #2

Windows 7 Pro 32bit

Have you got a windows update before this issue occurred? try doing a system restore. check if problem persist.
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08 Mar 2015   #3

Win 7 x64

I think it did happen after a windows update, they most likely broke something, AGAIN. The only system restore point I have dates back to after the latest update, my comps on for days in a row so I just fixed the problem manually once and it got deleted somewhere along the road.
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