User account problems

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by -seek-, Mar 21, 2005.

  1. -seek-

    -seek- OSNN Addict

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    Hi, it seems after uninstalling and reinstalling Windows Service Pack 2 (because of some technical problems) I can only log into two of my three accounts. Two are limited and the other is an administrator.

    Now the problem is logging onto one of the Limited accounts... whenever I try I just see the desktop image and nothing else... It freezes and there is no hard drive activity. I did try creating a new limited and administrator account but they both froze on me as well.

    Also the Event Viewer shows two errors whenever I restart the system.

    Error 1: The Human Interface Device Access service terminated with the following error:
    The specified module could not be found.

    Error 2: The IPSEC Services service terminated with the following error:
    The authentication service is unknown.

    I’m not totally sure if these errors started after reinstalling the service pack or what.

    P4 3.29 GHz 800MHz Bus
    ASUS P4C800 Deluxe Motherboard
    1024 MB DDR SDRam
    ATI Radeon 9600XT 128MB DDR
    WinXP Home Service Pack 2 Build 2600


    -I appreciate any help!
     
  2. XeoNoX

    XeoNoX OSNN Senior Addict

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    sounds like you glitched out your windows, time for reinstalling!
     
  3. muzikool

    muzikool Act your wage. Political User

    The following error will occur if any of the three files (hidserv.dll,
    mouhid.sys and mouclass.sys) are missing.

    Could not start the Human Interface Device Access service on Local
    Computer. Error 126: the specified module could not be found

    Extract hidserv.dll, mouhid.sys and mouclass.sys from drivers.cab in the
    Windows XP CD to "<Systemroot>\Windows\System32\" to fix the issue.

    1.Insert Windows XP Setup CD.
    2.Browse to <CD-ROM>:\i386\drivers.cab
    3.Double click the drivers.cab file. The compressed files in the Cab file
    will be listed.
    4.Copy the three files to <SystemRoot>\windows\system32\. Reboot the
    computer.

    The Human Interface Device Access service will then be started.
     
  4. muzikool

    muzikool Act your wage. Political User

    For Error #2, you might check to see if Client for Microsoft Networks is installed. You might not actually need it, but installing it might resolve this error. Just going off of memory, you install this in your network properties where your TCP/IP Properties can be accessed.