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tilvit1130

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no devices displayed in device manager can u help me to sort this out
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Plug and Play service needs turning on: http://support.micro...kb;en-us;311504
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thanks it worked

mean time most of my services have disabled is some thing running behind
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I also have the same problem not sure when it started. I did check the Plug and Play services and it was running and automatic... Is there any other option now to try other than a re-install of windows? :tazz:
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Try the following steps:
Start -> Run.
Type: regsvr32 devmgr.dll
Press <enter>
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DanielCamacho

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I did that and it registered ok, but I still have nothing in the list of Devices...

Do I need to reboot?
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I also have the same problem not sure when it started. I did check the Plug and Play services and it was running and automatic... Is there any other option now to try other than a re-install of windows? :tazz:

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Please post your own question in a new posting. This is so that there is less confussing
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Try the following:
Start -> Run.
Type: regsvr32 dmocx.dll
Press <enter>.


If the above command does'nt work; check the permissions of the following key in regedit:
HKey_Local_Machine\SYSTEM\CURRENTCONTROLSET\ENUM
Steps for checking permissions of the above key:
Start -> Run.
Type: regedit
Press <enter>
Goto: HKey_Local_Machine\SYSTEM\CURRENTCONTROLSET\ENUM.
On the left-pane, Right-click on ENUM and choose Permissions.
In the new dialog box, check if, either Everyone has read permissions for it, or your user has read permissions for it.

Edited by darth_ash, 30 August 2005 - 11:49 PM.

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DanielCamacho

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Try the following:
Start -> Run.
Type: regsvr32  dmocx.dll
Press <enter>.
If the above command does'nt work; check the permissions of the following key in regedit:
HKey_Local_Machine\SYSTEM\CURRENTCONTROLSET\ENUM
Steps for checking permissions of the above key:
Start -> Run.
Type: regedit
Press <enter>
Goto: HKey_Local_Machine\SYSTEM\CURRENTCONTROLSET\ENUM.
On the left-pane, Right-click on ENUM and choose Permissions.
In the new dialog box, check if, either Everyone has read permissions for it, or your user has read permissions for it.

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YES! ! ! ! :tazz:
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