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  1. Joined : Aug 2015
    Posts : 4
    Windows 7
       3 Weeks Ago #11

    XweAponX said: View Post
    GREAT! I'm glad something worked. I'm going to have to add this to my bag of tricks now, seems like it happened to me on an 8.1 machine. I worked on it here, then gave it back to it's owner who had all different KB/Mice/Display, and it got stuck detecting his hardware, and his Ethernet was disabled and I hadn't seen that (Using a Netgear Wifi stick). Once I got it plugged in here, everything worked so I just added his hardware and display and removed mine, and presto. The system depends on the Ethernet being able to connect to download the drivers.

    Seems like Windows 10 did that to me last week when I was assembling a new PC for my neighbor and it did an Anniversary Update on me. It had to re-detect all of the hardware. The whole process took about 3 hours just to finish updating, and I rolled back from Anniversary ed almost immediately.
    The system I'm dealing with wasn't connected to the internet here, and already has AU. I had already rebooted it a couple times. The customer had done a recent remote session after calling one of those "microsoft support" phone numbers that was stuck in their browser.

    System was working just fine. Just did that reboot after uninstalling a couple remote connection programs, then got hit with this issue. After removing the USB dongle and it booted I checked the device manager it had about 6 failed HID devices with an "!", HID-Compliant Consumer Control Device, and HID-Compliant Vender Defined Device. I tried to delete one of them and device manager froze. I rebooted and all the bad devices were gone and plugged the USB dongle back in.

    So I don't know if Windows 10 kept trying to create multiple HID devices for the USB dongle and failing or what. But now it's normal and it's plugged back into the original USB port and boots okay. I also disabled Fast Boot for the heck of it because I do have another computer here that won't boot after a "Shut Down" if it's enabled. Now there's only one "HID compliant mouse" device in "mice and other pointing devices". Go figure. Just another Windows 10 inconsistency bug.
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  2. Joined : Aug 2015
    Spring Valley
    Posts : 558
    Windows 10 Pro/Windows 7 Ultimate
       3 Weeks Ago #12

    After update: Black screen with spinning loading circle


    Well most of the drivers for the most common devices mice and keyboards etc. are supposed to be included, right? But I always like to be connected to the Internet and I tell the system to download the drivers from there, I always get better drivers that way- except for display drivers, if they are not automatically installed when I do the initial installation of windows 10, then I use any CDs that they gave me to install.

    So maybe this has nothing to do with the ethernet it just gets stuck at a certain point I've noticed that certain printers do this to me too, I mean even on windows XP I will have to unplug the printer before the device will boot and then after it comes up I plug it in and it detects the printer and everything's fine. I've had it also happen on windows seven and eight as well especially with brother printers.

    I don't know why the system is trying to load new drivers after an update seeing as the proper drivers were already loaded before the update so this is just a continuous "WTF" from Microsoft
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  3. Joined : Aug 2015
    Posts : 4
    Windows 7
       3 Weeks Ago #13

    XweAponX said: View Post
    I don't know why the system is trying to load new drivers after an update seeing as the proper drivers were already loaded before the update so this is just a continuous "WTF" from Microsoft
    Well, the piece of shit. I connected to the internet and did about 10 or so updates for Office and windows for this month. After the reboot it did the same thing. Right when I removed the USB mouse/keyboard dongle it continued to boot. But, the initial logon background showed up, I click it and it zooms in on where the user name and password box should be, but it's empty. I selected Restart and it's just hanging at Restarting. Forced a power off/on and it's booting again. Plugged the USB dongle back in. Maybe it's broke or failing, hmm.
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  4. Joined : Aug 2015
    Spring Valley
    Posts : 558
    Windows 10 Pro/Windows 7 Ultimate
       3 Weeks Ago #14

    After update: Black screen with spinning loading circle


    Well that PC I worked on yesterday, the guys mouse was broken when he got it home so he couldn't do any right or left clicks.

    Sounds like you might have to do a system refresh or something. Or try to boot to the recovery partition if you can.

    Yeah when I had anniversary ed force updated into the system I was working on, it changed the entire login experience. But in general all of my apps and users and settings were intact.
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