Solved Response To My Keyboard Loacks using usbaspi.sys

July 6, 2015 at 07:43:02
Specs: Windows 7
This just happened to me yesterday. I was reinstalling DOS 7.1 dirty and thus never had killer.exe installed. I had added a line in my autoexec.bat to reroute bad opcodes with this line after call lockdrv.bat :

if %%root==%%echo > nul

but then changed the redirection the other way becasue if you make it a negating statement the nul portion works with no exception so I kept it reversed. But when things really started screwing up is when i switched places of %%echo. and %%root with adapti.sys [hdd revectoring] and ox.com loaded on my system the crash incurs indefinate.PS2 ports lose all electricity output and usb ports as well.As such it is a voltage regulation detail to which is influenced by the moniter and is therewith an issue of refresh-as refresh conflicts casue errors as serious as an NMI and is in fact another word for NMI.


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July 8, 2015 at 14:32:21

ANyways I found a solution to test this pattern for lockdrv.bat.

Set Path=c:\dos7x;.;c:\dos7x\..

where x is eitehr dos 7.0 or dos 7.1 and the other is the other

In order for the system enhancement to work ensure the fdisk you use is drom teh second dos and teh format is from the first dos.

in autoexec.bat

share /l:30
ctmouse >nul
call lockdrv.bat
if %%echo==%root >nul
echo.

If it is not configured right when you go to format a floppy when the capacity to do so exists-if formet declares a nondos floppy insert another-it is not set right--set it until it is right and then continue to install-making those adjustments in the new autoexec.bat and config.sys.

And ina ddition add this line for usb support :

ctmouse>nul
if not %%echo==%%root >nul
call lockdrv.bat
if %%echo==%root >nul
echo.

make sure you have removable media set first in bios or your going to have real buggy action with a cmos utility even if you don not execute any commadns-believe me I know.If you dont take one percent sign from the %%root portion but keep th line in for compatability



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July 6, 2015 at 17:57:29
Is this a response to a post on this forum? If so can you provide a link to it please because I've no idea where you saw it?

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July 7, 2015 at 05:50:54
Well i cant find it-but found a solution to one thread to whcih I am [almost]workign on myself in connection to this-it isa page fault [int 0c] and general protection violation [int 0d].I just traced the NMIs last nite.I am not even close to fixing it yet-well 1/4 - 1/3 of the way there.

http://www.computing.net/answers/ha...


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#3
July 7, 2015 at 08:29:41
Thanks for the link. That will help if someone joins in. Looks like you are more into it than I am - lets hope you make some more progress.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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July 8, 2015 at 14:32:21
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ANyways I found a solution to test this pattern for lockdrv.bat.

Set Path=c:\dos7x;.;c:\dos7x\..

where x is eitehr dos 7.0 or dos 7.1 and the other is the other

In order for the system enhancement to work ensure the fdisk you use is drom teh second dos and teh format is from the first dos.

in autoexec.bat

share /l:30
ctmouse >nul
call lockdrv.bat
if %%echo==%root >nul
echo.

If it is not configured right when you go to format a floppy when the capacity to do so exists-if formet declares a nondos floppy insert another-it is not set right--set it until it is right and then continue to install-making those adjustments in the new autoexec.bat and config.sys.

And ina ddition add this line for usb support :

ctmouse>nul
if not %%echo==%%root >nul
call lockdrv.bat
if %%echo==%root >nul
echo.

make sure you have removable media set first in bios or your going to have real buggy action with a cmos utility even if you don not execute any commadns-believe me I know.If you dont take one percent sign from the %%root portion but keep th line in for compatability


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