Originally Posted by Skull3h
This is not the mouse software this is a known windows problem that occurs on multiple programs (do a google search on kernel.dll)
one thing to try would be
Log in as a different User. rename the problem profile. Log in as the original user again. A new profile will get created. If the crash is gone, copy your over your user data from the corrupted one.
If it does not solve the issue. Repeat steps with default folder too. This is the template profile, when creating new profiles.
A new profile may or may not fix your issue but it is a windows problem rather than the mouse software.
thanks i tried renaming it, not working, i think it is a windows prob as youve said, i just cant afford to reboot it at this point, too much work on my pc now ;(
i tried rename in different user,
i couldnt tell what was the profile so i deleted eveyrthing in there and downloaded a profile that is for cs5 off of cyborg gaming.com
anyway i renamed that one and logged off, logged in to my main account and it still didnt work
tried uninstall again and reinstall
did the same thing with other profile and it didnt work either
i found something strange though in my device manager
called code 31, only four of them have this error, hence they are light up with the yellow sign, some kind of warning
i tried uninstall those drivers, even the ones without the yellow sign, mouse obviously didnt work after
so i took it out, plugged it back in where windows installed the basics for it
then ran the installation for the drivers
still got those warnings again in device manager....Edited by DrClaw - 5/31/13 at 9:55am