Cannot start Human Interface Device Access services


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Bob

I cannot start Human Interface Device Access Services :-(
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Could not start the Human Interface Device Accessservices
on Local Computer.

Error 126: The specified module could not be found.
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Please help me.

Thank you!

Bob
 
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Michael Solomon \(MS-MVP Windows Shell/User\)

This usually applies to USB mice and Joysticks. Have you made sure your
device drivers are up to date? Also, go to Device Manager and look for any
red or yellow warnings as these may indicate which device is specifically
causing the problem. Open Control Panel, open System, go to the Hardware
tab, click Device Manager.
 
K

Kelly

Hi Bob,

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.


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B

Bob

Everything is ok in device manager :(

Bob
-----Original Message-----
This usually applies to USB mice and Joysticks. Have you made sure your
device drivers are up to date? Also, go to Device Manager and look for any
red or yellow warnings as these may indicate which device is specifically
causing the problem. Open Control Panel, open System, go to the Hardware
tab, click Device Manager.

--
Michael Solomon MS-MVP
Windows Shell/User
Backup is a PC User's Best Friend
DTS-L.Org: http://www.dts-l.org/




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B

Bob

Thank you for your help but my HID service don't start
after extract the 3 files and reboot... it's the same
error... i think my hidserv.dll is not correct. where i
can d/l it?
thank
Bob
-----Original Message-----
Hi Bob,

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.


--
All the Best,
Kelly

MS-MVP Win98/XP
[AE-Windows® XP]

Troubleshooting Windows XP
http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com

Top 10 Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/top10faqs.htm


Bob said:
I cannot start Human Interface Device Access Services :- (
----------------------------
Could not start the Human Interface Device Accessservices
on Local Computer.

Error 126: The specified module could not be found.
----------------------------

Please help me.

Thank you!

Bob
.
 
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I had the 126 module not found problem and tried everything without success, until I found a solution for my case, the value of the registry key had an empty space before the actual data, wrong value: " %SystemRoot%\System32\hidserv.dll" and the correct value should have been " %SystemRoot%\System32\hidserv.dll" that's why the system couldn't find the .dll, I have no idea how that happened since it was working fine and then stopped, I guess it's just Microsh*t for a change.
 
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