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Old 12-06-2007, 09:15 PM   #1
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Hey, I just got a new motherboard/cpu/smaller case... really nice looking media center edition black case. It all booted up fine, got most the drivers, I have an 80gb HDD on SATA0 and a 320gb on SATA1, 32 bit on 0, 64 bit on 1, Default to 64 bit. It was all working fabulously before, and I fried my CPU, so I decided to go the extra mile for a new mobo and case as well. My 32 bit XP is fine, has all the drivers, everything is tested, USB front and back, front and back audio, and everything else.

On x64 though, it had all the drivers, I even saw it in Device Manager previous to the chaos, and from what I think did it, was GlarysTools or something like that... I uninstalled it, so it has no 'recovery' backup from before. Long story short, I have no device manager that properly works, the console will open, but no devices show, I've done work with it, I've researched and such, and found out that it might have something to do with Plug and Play. I have no 'Plug and Play' service, that could be an issue, though I don't know for sure, but I have Universal Plug and Play Device Host, and SSDP Discovery Service, though both of those are started, and properly working on 'automatic' setting, have restarted the PC numerous times, and restarted the services numerous times with no avail. I also get the message "Configuration Manager: The Plug and Play service or another required service is not available." when double-clicking ANY service. It still goes to the properties prompt, but it displays that beforehand. Any knowledgable input is appreciated, thanks.

Right now, I just finished downloading Service Pack 2, and I'm going to reinstall it, see if that helps at all, I'm doubting it will, but its worth a try, I have nothing of value with this install, just don't feel like REinstalling it since I have done MY customizations with it, added my own programs etc.

Hope some people could help me out, thanks in advance.
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Old 12-07-2007, 10:26 PM   #2
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Hey again... sorry, I'm very impatient, so I just decided to reinstall everything. So... problem resolved, mods can close the thread.
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