I have a Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 7000. After I finished installing the Intellimouse and Intellitype software (6.1) on a fully updated HP 7248n Windows XP MCE 2005 machine the software recognized the keyboard and mouse without problems.
However, the svchost.exe process started causing the CPU to run at 100%. I have tracked down the problem to the Human Interface Device Access Service…if the service is disabled, the CPU runs normally again. However, this disables most multimedia buttons on the Keyboard. I have installed the same configuration on my Laptop and everything ran flawlessly. I have tried multiple other fixes (downloading the software from the Internet, using a different bluetooth dongle, repairing the service’s DLL files, etc.) but none of them have worked. Finally, decided to “format” (meaning using the crappy HP System Restore) the machine and removed all preinstalled software but when I install the hardware the problem returns. I am certain that the problem has to be related with something in the preinstalled configuration of the system.
Any suggestions on how to fix this will be appreciated. Thank you.