RE: tv_ConfigMgrErr24 & multiple entries in Device Manager
hi,i had this all of a sudden on my hp media center.my solution was to go
into the bios and click on enabled not auto-detect ps2.
there is a thread on i8042 prt which i asked about as i got that error.do a
search of this forum.
> bought a new pc (Duo core 3GHz, 4 Gb RAM, GTX8800, Vista Home Premium 64)
> with big stability problems. I don't think the following problem is related,
> but getting more & more clueless on how to resolve I thought I'll start with
> the basics and solve the issue Vista identified first:
> the reliability & performance monitor returns the following error:
> Device is not present, not working properly, or does not have all of its
> drivers installed.
> The device, PS/2 Keyboard, is reporting "tv_ConfigMgrErr24".
> Plug and Play ID ACPI\PNP0303\4-20D7719E-0
> In the details, the service is identified as "i8042prt".
> In the basic system checks, I presume the same problem presents itself in
> the PlugAndPlay Device Configured Fail Count with 1 failed count.
> I use my keyboard (Logitech G15) normally though, and the device manager
> shows no warnings. What is strange, is that in the device manager/keyboards
> section, there are two entries: originally 2x "HID Keyboard Device" (both
> "working properly"), but I forced one to "Logitech HID-compliant keyboard" by
> updating drivers while trying to solve this problem.
> Also, in the Device manager/HID section, I have 10 entries for only 2 USB
> connections (keyboard & mouse):
> 1 HID compliant consumer control device
> 4 HID compliant device
> 5 USB Human Interface Device
> I have installed Logitech mouse & keyboard driver, as well as Setpoint.
> Needless to say, all drivers & Vista are up to date.
> Now my questions:
> - 2 keyboard entries: normal?
> - 10 USB entries: normal?
> - how to resolve the error message if I don't see a problem in device
> manager and all drivers always install successfully?
> - Also, I cannot reconcile the PNP-id in the report with device ids in the
> device manager so I don't even know exactly which device it is talking about.
> Thanks for your help!