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Offline silhouett

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KeyBoard and Mouse "Solved" Thanks
« on: June 03, 2015, 05:42:58 AM »
recently I had a virus that attacked my keyboard and mouse.  it altered the registers keys under local machine

UpperFilters  which made it rather hard to work on things. :)

Id like to see a bootable version  of this with a fix area for this area.
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Re: KeyBoard and Mouse
« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2015, 01:32:44 PM »
if you mean a bootable version  of WR then that will be Impossible for sure  :smiley: Because ًWR is a registry based  ! 90 % is to do with registry
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Re: KeyBoard and Mouse
« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2015, 01:51:30 PM »
Both of those do have to do with the mouse and keyboard

The problem is I cant add a fix to clear the upper filters on that because depending on the mouse driver installed anything could be in there that isnt the default. Like when users have gaming mice and such. So that kind of repair cant be automated with an unknown variable like that. :wink:

You would also want to check the normal path as well which is

As for a bootable version of my program, it wouldn't do any good because the program has to be ran inside windows, mainly because of the commands it calls such as to services and registering dll files access and right to the currently loaded registry and I cant control how those do that, so it has to be running in Windows.

But I can see why you ask that, if your keyboard and mouse wont respond you cant do anything to try and fix it!

So when that happens the only option is to boot up another OS, load the registry hive and edit it from there. Diffidently not an easy one to fix when your mouse and keyboard are taken out, unless you have a touch screen lol


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