USB Browser Mouse Driver Error


G

Guest

I got the following error while trying to install my usb dell optical mouse

"Windows found driver software for your device but encountered an error
while attempting to install it

USB Browser Mouse

An error occurred during the installation of the device

The driver installation file for this device is missing a necessary entry.
This may be because the INF was written for Windows 95 or later. Contact your
hardware vendor.

If you know the manufacturer of your device, you can visit its website and
check the support section for driver software."
 
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S

spicewood

I had the same problem. On my system it was cause by installing the MS
Update:

CHIC - Other Hardware - USB Browser Mouse

After I installed the update, I could not configure a USB or BT mouse. I
would get the error you described.
I got things working again by removing the .inf file oem??.inf that was
installed by the update. I thought it
was a general mouse update, but I think it is a specific brand.

There were two CHIC updates on MS update. I don't know which one installed
the .inf file.

Dale
 
G

Guest

i dint find the 'chic' update on my computer in the installed update list. my
guess is windows finds it anytime i plug in the mouse.

i appreciate all the help guys.
 
S

spicewood

Connect to Windows Update and click on "review update history". On my
system it does not show on control panel "program", but it does show on the
Windows Update history. Because it did not show as a installed update in
"programs", I could not uninstall it and had to remove the .inf file
manually.

Dale
 
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G

Guest

i went through the installed updates and there is none for CHIC - Other
Hardware - USB Browser Mouse

do u remember the name of the .inf file so i could just do a search for it.
 
S

spicewood

I had the problem on two laptop and the file had a different name (number)
on each system. Vista appears to assign
a file name oem??.inf, where ?? is the next higher number. I use the
"review update history" display on the Window Update
web site to find the date the CHIC driver was installed and then looked at
the .inf files in C:\Windows\inf to find the .inf files
installed on that day. I then use notepad to look at the file and found the
one with CHIC definitions. I saved a copy
of the file and then deleted one in C:\Windows\inf. Reboot and both the USB
and Bluetooth mice installed OK.

Maybe the following will help locate the problem file on your system:

The bad .inf file on my system was: oem23.inf, but I think it will be a
different number on your system.

From the properties of the file:

Size: 12.6 KB (12,933 bytes)
Size on disk: 16.0 KB (16,384 bytes)

The first few lines of the file:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; moufiltr.inf
;
; Installation inf for the Device that needs flitering adapter.
;
; (c) Copyright 1999 Microsoft
;

[Version]
Signature="$Windows NT$"
Provider=%DDK_Ex%
ClassGUID={4D36E96F-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
Class=Mouse
; Uncomment the following line when you have a valid catalog file.
; If you use bogus catalog file installation will fail.
CatalogFile=moufiltr.cat
DriverVer=12/20/2006
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The last few lines of the file:

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; Localizable Strings
;

DiskId1 = "Chic (Mouse)"
DDK_Ex = "Chic"
moufiltr.SvcDesc="Mouse Filter"
*PNP0F13.DeviceDesc ="PS/2 Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0012.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0011.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0005.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0009.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0010.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_1010.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_1011.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2021.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2022.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2023.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2024.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_3006.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1111.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1122.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1155.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1166.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1177.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1166.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1111.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1122.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1133.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1135.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0499.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_048e.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0451.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0452.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04fc&PID_0003.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04fc&PID_0005.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
HID_DEVICE_SYSTEM_MOUSE="USB Browser Mouse"

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Hope that helps...

Dale
 
G

Guest

mine was oem7.inf, i saved a copy like u said and did a reboot. but now i get
a new error

The system cannot find the file specified


spicewood said:
I had the problem on two laptop and the file had a different name (number)
on each system. Vista appears to assign
a file name oem??.inf, where ?? is the next higher number. I use the
"review update history" display on the Window Update
web site to find the date the CHIC driver was installed and then looked at
the .inf files in C:\Windows\inf to find the .inf files
installed on that day. I then use notepad to look at the file and found the
one with CHIC definitions. I saved a copy
of the file and then deleted one in C:\Windows\inf. Reboot and both the USB
and Bluetooth mice installed OK.

Maybe the following will help locate the problem file on your system:

The bad .inf file on my system was: oem23.inf, but I think it will be a
different number on your system.

From the properties of the file:

Size: 12.6 KB (12,933 bytes)
Size on disk: 16.0 KB (16,384 bytes)

The first few lines of the file:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; moufiltr.inf
;
; Installation inf for the Device that needs flitering adapter.
;
; (c) Copyright 1999 Microsoft
;

[Version]
Signature="$Windows NT$"
Provider=%DDK_Ex%
ClassGUID={4D36E96F-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
Class=Mouse
; Uncomment the following line when you have a valid catalog file.
; If you use bogus catalog file installation will fail.
CatalogFile=moufiltr.cat
DriverVer=12/20/2006
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The last few lines of the file:

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; Localizable Strings
;

DiskId1 = "Chic (Mouse)"
DDK_Ex = "Chic"
moufiltr.SvcDesc="Mouse Filter"
*PNP0F13.DeviceDesc ="PS/2 Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0012.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0011.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0005.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0009.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0010.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_1010.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_1011.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2021.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2022.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2023.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2024.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_3006.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1111.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1122.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1155.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1166.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1177.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1166.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1111.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1122.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1133.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1135.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0499.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_048e.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0451.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0452.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04fc&PID_0003.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04fc&PID_0005.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
HID_DEVICE_SYSTEM_MOUSE="USB Browser Mouse"

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Hope that helps...

Dale



bulb005 said:
i went through the installed updates and there is none for CHIC - Other
Hardware - USB Browser Mouse

do u remember the name of the .inf file so i could just do a search for
it.
 
S

spicewood

What brand of mouse are you trying to install?



bulb005 said:
mine was oem7.inf, i saved a copy like u said and did a reboot. but now i
get
a new error

The system cannot find the file specified


spicewood said:
I had the problem on two laptop and the file had a different name
(number)
on each system. Vista appears to assign
a file name oem??.inf, where ?? is the next higher number. I use the
"review update history" display on the Window Update
web site to find the date the CHIC driver was installed and then looked
at
the .inf files in C:\Windows\inf to find the .inf files
installed on that day. I then use notepad to look at the file and found
the
one with CHIC definitions. I saved a copy
of the file and then deleted one in C:\Windows\inf. Reboot and both the
USB
and Bluetooth mice installed OK.

Maybe the following will help locate the problem file on your system:

The bad .inf file on my system was: oem23.inf, but I think it will be a
different number on your system.

From the properties of the file:

Size: 12.6 KB (12,933 bytes)
Size on disk: 16.0 KB (16,384 bytes)

The first few lines of the file:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; moufiltr.inf
;
; Installation inf for the Device that needs flitering adapter.
;
; (c) Copyright 1999 Microsoft
;

[Version]
Signature="$Windows NT$"
Provider=%DDK_Ex%
ClassGUID={4D36E96F-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
Class=Mouse
; Uncomment the following line when you have a valid catalog file.
; If you use bogus catalog file installation will fail.
CatalogFile=moufiltr.cat
DriverVer=12/20/2006
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The last few lines of the file:

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; Localizable Strings
;

DiskId1 = "Chic (Mouse)"
DDK_Ex = "Chic"
moufiltr.SvcDesc="Mouse Filter"
*PNP0F13.DeviceDesc ="PS/2 Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0012.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0011.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0005.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0009.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0010.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_1010.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_1011.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2021.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2022.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2023.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2024.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_3006.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1111.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1122.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1155.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1166.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1177.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1166.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1111.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1122.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1133.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1135.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0499.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_048e.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0451.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0452.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04fc&PID_0003.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04fc&PID_0005.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
HID_DEVICE_SYSTEM_MOUSE="USB Browser Mouse"

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Hope that helps...

Dale



bulb005 said:
i went through the installed updates and there is none for CHIC - Other
Hardware - USB Browser Mouse

do u remember the name of the .inf file so i could just do a search for
it.

:

Connect to Windows Update and click on "review update history". On my
system it does not show on control panel "program", but it does show
on
the
Windows Update history. Because it did not show as a installed update
in
"programs", I could not uninstall it and had to remove the .inf file
manually.

Dale

i dint find the 'chic' update on my computer in the installed update
list.
my
guess is windows finds it anytime i plug in the mouse.

i appreciate all the help guys.

:

I had the same problem. On my system it was cause by installing
the
MS
Update:

CHIC - Other Hardware - USB Browser Mouse

After I installed the update, I could not configure a USB or BT
mouse.
I
would get the error you described.
I got things working again by removing the .inf file oem??.inf that
was
installed by the update. I thought it
was a general mouse update, but I think it is a specific brand.

There were two CHIC updates on MS update. I don't know which one
installed
the .inf file.

Dale


I got the following error while trying to install my usb dell
optical
mouse

"Windows found driver software for your device but encountered an
error
while attempting to install it

USB Browser Mouse

An error occurred during the installation of the device

The driver installation file for this device is missing a
necessary
entry.
This may be because the INF was written for Windows 95 or later.
Contact
your
hardware vendor.

If you know the manufacturer of your device, you can visit its
website
and
check the support section for driver software."
 
S

spicewood

I had an old Microsoft mouse that I was not using, so at one point I
installed the latest Microsoft IntelliPoint 6.1 Mouse Software for Windows.
That allowed me to use the old mouse until I got the new ones working. I
later uninstalled the Intellipoint 6.1 Software.
Mine installed as a generic HID Compliant Mouse.

I don't know if installing the MS 6.1 software was key to getting things
working, but you might want to try installing the MS 6.1 software
temporarily just to test it with your configuration...



bulb005 said:
mine was oem7.inf, i saved a copy like u said and did a reboot. but now i
get
a new error

The system cannot find the file specified


spicewood said:
I had the problem on two laptop and the file had a different name
(number)
on each system. Vista appears to assign
a file name oem??.inf, where ?? is the next higher number. I use the
"review update history" display on the Window Update
web site to find the date the CHIC driver was installed and then looked
at
the .inf files in C:\Windows\inf to find the .inf files
installed on that day. I then use notepad to look at the file and found
the
one with CHIC definitions. I saved a copy
of the file and then deleted one in C:\Windows\inf. Reboot and both the
USB
and Bluetooth mice installed OK.

Maybe the following will help locate the problem file on your system:

The bad .inf file on my system was: oem23.inf, but I think it will be a
different number on your system.

From the properties of the file:

Size: 12.6 KB (12,933 bytes)
Size on disk: 16.0 KB (16,384 bytes)

The first few lines of the file:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; moufiltr.inf
;
; Installation inf for the Device that needs flitering adapter.
;
; (c) Copyright 1999 Microsoft
;

[Version]
Signature="$Windows NT$"
Provider=%DDK_Ex%
ClassGUID={4D36E96F-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
Class=Mouse
; Uncomment the following line when you have a valid catalog file.
; If you use bogus catalog file installation will fail.
CatalogFile=moufiltr.cat
DriverVer=12/20/2006
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The last few lines of the file:

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; Localizable Strings
;

DiskId1 = "Chic (Mouse)"
DDK_Ex = "Chic"
moufiltr.SvcDesc="Mouse Filter"
*PNP0F13.DeviceDesc ="PS/2 Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0012.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0011.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0005.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0009.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0010.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_1010.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_1011.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2021.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2022.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2023.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2024.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_3006.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1111.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1122.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1155.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1166.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1177.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1166.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1111.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1122.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1133.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1135.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0499.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_048e.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0451.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0452.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04fc&PID_0003.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04fc&PID_0005.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
HID_DEVICE_SYSTEM_MOUSE="USB Browser Mouse"

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Hope that helps...

Dale



bulb005 said:
i went through the installed updates and there is none for CHIC - Other
Hardware - USB Browser Mouse

do u remember the name of the .inf file so i could just do a search for
it.

:

Connect to Windows Update and click on "review update history". On my
system it does not show on control panel "program", but it does show
on
the
Windows Update history. Because it did not show as a installed update
in
"programs", I could not uninstall it and had to remove the .inf file
manually.

Dale

i dint find the 'chic' update on my computer in the installed update
list.
my
guess is windows finds it anytime i plug in the mouse.

i appreciate all the help guys.

:

I had the same problem. On my system it was cause by installing
the
MS
Update:

CHIC - Other Hardware - USB Browser Mouse

After I installed the update, I could not configure a USB or BT
mouse.
I
would get the error you described.
I got things working again by removing the .inf file oem??.inf that
was
installed by the update. I thought it
was a general mouse update, but I think it is a specific brand.

There were two CHIC updates on MS update. I don't know which one
installed
the .inf file.

Dale


I got the following error while trying to install my usb dell
optical
mouse

"Windows found driver software for your device but encountered an
error
while attempting to install it

USB Browser Mouse

An error occurred during the installation of the device

The driver installation file for this device is missing a
necessary
entry.
This may be because the INF was written for Windows 95 or later.
Contact
your
hardware vendor.

If you know the manufacturer of your device, you can visit its
website
and
check the support section for driver software."
 
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G

Guest

its a dell optical mouse

M/N: M-UVDEL1


spicewood said:
I had an old Microsoft mouse that I was not using, so at one point I
installed the latest Microsoft IntelliPoint 6.1 Mouse Software for Windows.
That allowed me to use the old mouse until I got the new ones working. I
later uninstalled the Intellipoint 6.1 Software.
Mine installed as a generic HID Compliant Mouse.

I don't know if installing the MS 6.1 software was key to getting things
working, but you might want to try installing the MS 6.1 software
temporarily just to test it with your configuration...



bulb005 said:
mine was oem7.inf, i saved a copy like u said and did a reboot. but now i
get
a new error

The system cannot find the file specified


spicewood said:
I had the problem on two laptop and the file had a different name
(number)
on each system. Vista appears to assign
a file name oem??.inf, where ?? is the next higher number. I use the
"review update history" display on the Window Update
web site to find the date the CHIC driver was installed and then looked
at
the .inf files in C:\Windows\inf to find the .inf files
installed on that day. I then use notepad to look at the file and found
the
one with CHIC definitions. I saved a copy
of the file and then deleted one in C:\Windows\inf. Reboot and both the
USB
and Bluetooth mice installed OK.

Maybe the following will help locate the problem file on your system:

The bad .inf file on my system was: oem23.inf, but I think it will be a
different number on your system.

From the properties of the file:

Size: 12.6 KB (12,933 bytes)
Size on disk: 16.0 KB (16,384 bytes)

The first few lines of the file:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; moufiltr.inf
;
; Installation inf for the Device that needs flitering adapter.
;
; (c) Copyright 1999 Microsoft
;

[Version]
Signature="$Windows NT$"
Provider=%DDK_Ex%
ClassGUID={4D36E96F-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
Class=Mouse
; Uncomment the following line when you have a valid catalog file.
; If you use bogus catalog file installation will fail.
CatalogFile=moufiltr.cat
DriverVer=12/20/2006
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The last few lines of the file:

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; Localizable Strings
;

DiskId1 = "Chic (Mouse)"
DDK_Ex = "Chic"
moufiltr.SvcDesc="Mouse Filter"
*PNP0F13.DeviceDesc ="PS/2 Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0012.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0011.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0005.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0009.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0010.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_1010.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_1011.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2021.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2022.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2023.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2024.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_3006.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1111.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1122.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1155.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1166.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1177.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1166.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1111.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1122.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1133.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1135.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0499.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_048e.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0451.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0452.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04fc&PID_0003.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04fc&PID_0005.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
HID_DEVICE_SYSTEM_MOUSE="USB Browser Mouse"

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Hope that helps...

Dale



i went through the installed updates and there is none for CHIC - Other
Hardware - USB Browser Mouse

do u remember the name of the .inf file so i could just do a search for
it.

:

Connect to Windows Update and click on "review update history". On my
system it does not show on control panel "program", but it does show
on
the
Windows Update history. Because it did not show as a installed update
in
"programs", I could not uninstall it and had to remove the .inf file
manually.

Dale

i dint find the 'chic' update on my computer in the installed update
list.
my
guess is windows finds it anytime i plug in the mouse.

i appreciate all the help guys.

:

I had the same problem. On my system it was cause by installing
the
MS
Update:

CHIC - Other Hardware - USB Browser Mouse

After I installed the update, I could not configure a USB or BT
mouse.
I
would get the error you described.
I got things working again by removing the .inf file oem??.inf that
was
installed by the update. I thought it
was a general mouse update, but I think it is a specific brand.

There were two CHIC updates on MS update. I don't know which one
installed
the .inf file.

Dale


I got the following error while trying to install my usb dell
optical
mouse

"Windows found driver software for your device but encountered an
error
while attempting to install it

USB Browser Mouse

An error occurred during the installation of the device

The driver installation file for this device is missing a
necessary
entry.
This may be because the INF was written for Windows 95 or later.
Contact
your
hardware vendor.

If you know the manufacturer of your device, you can visit its
website
and
check the support section for driver software."
 
S

spicewood

Try installing this driver from the Dell Support Site:

http://support.us.dell.com/support/...eid=R141725&formatcnt=1&libid=0&fileid=189126

I think it is for your mouse and it is for Vista. If the link does not
work, go to the dell support download site and
search for this file name:

R141725.EXE

Dale

bulb005 said:
its a dell optical mouse

M/N: M-UVDEL1


spicewood said:
I had an old Microsoft mouse that I was not using, so at one point I
installed the latest Microsoft IntelliPoint 6.1 Mouse Software for
Windows.
That allowed me to use the old mouse until I got the new ones working. I
later uninstalled the Intellipoint 6.1 Software.
Mine installed as a generic HID Compliant Mouse.

I don't know if installing the MS 6.1 software was key to getting things
working, but you might want to try installing the MS 6.1 software
temporarily just to test it with your configuration...



bulb005 said:
mine was oem7.inf, i saved a copy like u said and did a reboot. but now
i
get
a new error

The system cannot find the file specified


:

I had the problem on two laptop and the file had a different name
(number)
on each system. Vista appears to assign
a file name oem??.inf, where ?? is the next higher number. I use the
"review update history" display on the Window Update
web site to find the date the CHIC driver was installed and then
looked
at
the .inf files in C:\Windows\inf to find the .inf files
installed on that day. I then use notepad to look at the file and
found
the
one with CHIC definitions. I saved a copy
of the file and then deleted one in C:\Windows\inf. Reboot and both
the
USB
and Bluetooth mice installed OK.

Maybe the following will help locate the problem file on your system:

The bad .inf file on my system was: oem23.inf, but I think it will be
a
different number on your system.

From the properties of the file:

Size: 12.6 KB (12,933 bytes)
Size on disk: 16.0 KB (16,384 bytes)

The first few lines of the file:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
; moufiltr.inf
;
; Installation inf for the Device that needs flitering adapter.
;
; (c) Copyright 1999 Microsoft
;

[Version]
Signature="$Windows NT$"
Provider=%DDK_Ex%
ClassGUID={4D36E96F-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
Class=Mouse
; Uncomment the following line when you have a valid catalog file.
; If you use bogus catalog file installation will fail.
CatalogFile=moufiltr.cat
DriverVer=12/20/2006
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The last few lines of the file:

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; Localizable Strings
;

DiskId1 = "Chic (Mouse)"
DDK_Ex = "Chic"
moufiltr.SvcDesc="Mouse Filter"
*PNP0F13.DeviceDesc ="PS/2 Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0012.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0011.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0005.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0009.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_0010.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_1010.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_1011.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2021.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2022.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2023.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_2024.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_05FE&PID_3006.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1111.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1122.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1155.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1166.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_1241&PID_1177.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1166.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1111.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1122.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1133.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_1135.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0499.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_048e.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0451.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04d9&PID_0452.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04fc&PID_0003.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
USB\VID_04fc&PID_0005.DeviceDesc="USB Browser Mouse"
HID_DEVICE_SYSTEM_MOUSE="USB Browser Mouse"

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Hope that helps...

Dale



i went through the installed updates and there is none for CHIC -
Other
Hardware - USB Browser Mouse

do u remember the name of the .inf file so i could just do a search
for
it.

:

Connect to Windows Update and click on "review update history". On
my
system it does not show on control panel "program", but it does
show
on
the
Windows Update history. Because it did not show as a installed
update
in
"programs", I could not uninstall it and had to remove the .inf
file
manually.

Dale

i dint find the 'chic' update on my computer in the installed
update
list.
my
guess is windows finds it anytime i plug in the mouse.

i appreciate all the help guys.

:

I had the same problem. On my system it was cause by installing
the
MS
Update:

CHIC - Other Hardware - USB Browser Mouse

After I installed the update, I could not configure a USB or BT
mouse.
I
would get the error you described.
I got things working again by removing the .inf file oem??.inf
that
was
installed by the update. I thought it
was a general mouse update, but I think it is a specific brand.

There were two CHIC updates on MS update. I don't know which
one
installed
the .inf file.

Dale


I got the following error while trying to install my usb dell
optical
mouse

"Windows found driver software for your device but encountered
an
error
while attempting to install it

USB Browser Mouse

An error occurred during the installation of the device

The driver installation file for this device is missing a
necessary
entry.
This may be because the INF was written for Windows 95 or
later.
Contact
your
hardware vendor.

If you know the manufacturer of your device, you can visit its
website
and
check the support section for driver software."
 
G

Guest

I actually already downloaded that file and i installed the driver. The mouse
doesn't still work but when i click on "Mouse" in control panel, first there
is an error message "Unable to connect to the Synaptics Pointing Device
Driver" then it loads Mouse Properties.
Under the Hardware tab the current mouse the computer recognizes is "Premium
Tilt Wheel Mouse". Manufacturer: DELL and device status says device working
properly

It is apparently switching my touch pad for the PnP mouse cos the mouse
isn't still working. (All these is after the dell driver installation)
 
S

spicewood

I have not had that problem, but I was getting a "You don't have
administrative authority ..." message when I accessed the mouse control in
the control panel. I reinstalled the Dell Synaptic driver package and
everything appears to be working now for me. My laptop is an Dell XPS
M1210.

My control panel mouse control has version: Synaptic Pointing Device -
v9.0.1.3 06Nov06.

Dale
 
G

Guest

i got the synaptic driver update for vista from hp.com, i use a Presario
V2670US. After i installed the driver(s), i tried updating the driver for the
mouse again now i get the original error (oem7.inf as been removed) but now
the system recognizes the touch pad mouse.
 
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G

Guest

I have the same problem on my Sony Vaio laptop (with at least 2 different
mice - one from Trust and another one - from Dell).
I tried removing (renaming) the oem??.inf files, but so far without any
success. Extensive search on the Internet proved fruitless so far.
Has anyone figured a reliable way to fix this?

Kind regards,
Sergey
 
G

Garyth

Do not search for a driver, instead choose "Browse my computer for driver"
Then pick "choose from list"
In the list of drivers (I had 3 listed) Pick the "HID-Compliant Mouse"

EggHeadCafe.com - .NET Developer Portal of Choice
http://www.eggheadcafe.com
 
G

Guest

Garyth said:
Do not search for a driver, instead choose "Browse my computer for driver"
Then pick "choose from list"
In the list of drivers (I had 3 listed) Pick the "HID-Compliant Mouse"

EggHeadCafe.com - .NET Developer Portal of Choice
http://www.eggheadcafe.com

Thanks a lot.
At the end, I just bought a mouse from MS, and it did work, though it was
sad to see that the Chic driver update made most other mice non-usable.

Today I tried the trick with choosing the driver from the list, and it helps
indeed!
Though I did not have the"HID-Compilant Mouse" in the list.
The only options I had were "Alps" (laptop touchpad), Chic (the one that did
not work), and Microsoft. Under Microsoft I chose "Basic USB Optical Mouse
(Intellipoint)".
I got a warning that the driver may be incompatible, but it was, so my I.T.
Works mouse (Trust compatile) started working.

Thanks again for your help.
Hopefully, it will help other people as well.
Kind regards,
Sergey
 
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J

John Rayne

I spent HOURS trying to figure this out with one mouse, returned that mouse and got a different one, spent HOURS trying to figure out that one, and then came across your post like a ray of sunshine in hell itself. THANK YOU SO MUCH!
 

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