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Solved: Device is not present,not working properly, or does not have all of its drive

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  1. Tinabrook

    Tinabrook Thread Starter

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    Diagnostic report: a device has a config prob that prevents it working properly.
    The device Microsoft PS/2 Mouse is reporting "tv-ConfigMgrErr24" this device will not be available until the issue is resolved. The plug and play ID for this device is ACP1\PNP0F03\4-1D01FCF-0

    Resolution 1. Verify the correct driver is installed
    2. Try updating the drivers using windows update
    3. Check with the manufacturer for an updated driver
    4. Attempt to uninstall and then reinstall the device using Device Manager

    My problem is- I don't know how to verify (new to windows 7) this is new pc. mouse & keyboard came
    with pack .I installed as shown (disc for keyboard) both wireless(mouse & keyboard)Seems to be working ok. But have this message on diagnostic check. Cannot find info on maufacturer to check for update. Device manager does not show the mouse at all! Do not know how to update drivers using windows update. Feeling a bit stupid..
     
  2. Triple6

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    You probably didn't need to install he drivers, they may not be compatible with Windows 7 and may be causing the issue. Try uninstalling the drivers or software that you installed.
     
  3. Tinabrook

    Tinabrook Thread Starter

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    Device manager shows it is up to date and working properly,The software I uninstalled, made no difference. All seems to be fine. It is just the diagnostic report. I am reluctant to try uninstalling the driver as I am not sure how I re-install it if I need to.
     
  4. Triple6

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    Where are you seeing this diagnostic report?
     
  5. Tinabrook

    Tinabrook Thread Starter

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    In control panel adv tools - generate a system health report
     
  6. Tinabrook

    Tinabrook Thread Starter

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    I am still trying out windows 7 to try and familiarise what is what. I used xp before
     
  7. Triple6

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    Your new set is USB correct? So there would be no PS2 keyboard or mouse connected. I think its more of a glitch then real problem, the computer thinks that a PS2 or Keyboard should be present when in fact it doesn't exist.

    See if this resolves it, in Device Manager, click on View across the top, then click on "Show Hidden Devices". You may now see a PS2 keyboard or mouse listed, uninstall these.
     
  8. Tinabrook

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    Spot on! You got it! Thankyou.
     
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