Event Id 17 I8042prt
If you still get this message, try using a different keyboard. I notice a registry edit may help >> > solve >> > this but I am not too savvy with the whole registry thing. I don't think I trust myself enough to mess around in the BIOS without > being exactly sure what to change. > > Thanks so much anyhow. > > -Katy > No: The information was not helpful / Partially helpful. have a peek here
Otherwise, like Kamin said, make sure its connection correctly. What Pavel is trying to say is that there is no SP 3 for Windows 7. i8042prt .. English: Request a translation of the event description in plain English.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Please try the request again. I don't believe that page offered quite enough info for me to decide exactly what to do.
Sometimes a few times a day, sometimes only once per every > > few > > days. In auto mode, if it does not detect a ps2 device it might disable the ps2 port to save an irq. I have realized that before these shutdowns I see this in my >> > event >> > viewer(and no other errors or warning around the time seconds before >> > shutting Reply Moreau Gilles Says: February 4, 2014 at 6:02 am Works for me too🙂 Thank's a lot Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here...
It is now part of the overall knowledgebase in the hope that it provides a useful service to the community. Disable the i8042 service from registry. (**Be careful you may not be able to use PS2 Mouse and keyboard if you do so**) Go to Start > Run and put "regedit.exe" I usually suppress the error , by creating a headless entry. The errors occurs if you don’t plug in a PS/2 keyboard – which causes the drivers to not move to SYSTEM32\DRIVERS Event I have realized that before these shutdowns I see this in my event viewer(and no other errors or warning around the time seconds before shutting down): Warning ..
Thanks so much anyhow. -Katy ----------------- "Will Denny" wrote: > Hi > > Please see if the following helps: > > http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=17&source=i8042prt > > -- > > > Will Denny > There are two ways to fix this: A. You can set this to enable, disable or auto. The keyboard and mouse started working properly.
It is > very sporadic. I don't > believe that page offered quite enough info for me to decide exactly what > to > do. If you're getting lots of these events, and you're sure the cabling is OK, it might be time to invest in a new keyboaard. I think I have everything 100% pin-pointed.
You do not face this issue on all your computers but mostly on ‘headless' servers. navigate here Event Type: Error Event Source: Service Control Manager Event Category: None Event ID: 7026 Date: 11/13/2007 Time: 9:51:01 AM User: N/A Description: The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load: On checking the eventlogs you figure out that i8042prt failed to load. Advertisements Latest Threads Do we still have...?
I am on a >> > laptop(compaq presario) but I have an external ps/2 keyboard plugged >> > into >> > the >> > keyboard port because the keyboard on my About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. x 11 EventID.Net Message usually generated by computers connected to a KVM switch (to be more specific, a poor quality one). http://thedroidblog.com/event-id/event-id-2108-and-event-id-1084-windows-2008.html The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
I could not get the mouse to work but the keyboard was working fine. Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. It is > > very sporadic.
Event ID: 17 .. "The device sent an >> > incorrect >> > response(s) following a keyboard reset." I have automatic shutdowns >> > disabled >> > already, but it shuts
find keyboards, expand and right click it; 4. Otherwise, check the connections. Otherwise, check the connections. If no KVM is used and if the keyboard is still working correctly then no action is needed.
Be sure set the field to ''disable'' to avoid the warning on PS/2 keyboards. I would most certainly NOT resort to reinstalling your machince over what appears to be a bad keyboard quite yet. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? this contact form Sign Up Now!
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More About Us... Event ID: 17 .. "The device sent an incorrect response(s) following a keyboard reset." I have automatic shutdowns disabled already, but it shuts down anyway. Return to Jump to: Select a forum ------------------ Adiscon Support MonitorWare Product Line MonitorWare Agent MonitorWare Console EventReporter WinSyslog Database Event InformationMessage usually generated by computers connected to a KVM switch (to be more specific, a poor quality one).
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