System Prozesses 4 Internet, Mousemu Problem.

March 30, 2011 at 23:41:38
Specs: Windows XP sp 3, 503 MB RAM
Hello, I am wondering what all the SYSTEM Prozesses aer on Windows XP that aer needed for your Internet to work properly... And then how to restart them without restarting Computer...
I deleted One of the System Prozesses, so now I get an Error connecting to Internet in Firefox ...
Also, the Whole reason for this is that I am using a Mouse Emulator...( mouseemu) Sometimes when I start it, it says something like ' some of the required shortcut keys are already in use by another program...' ...so it would Not load/work...
I only have the Default compaq ctrl + alt + s when I use a shortcut Key Finder...
So then I Started deleting Prozesses that were NOT System Prozesses , no gluck...
So, since that did Not work, I Started deleting a Whole bunch of SYSTEM Prozesses ... ( using google to See if it was safe to delete or Not of course、but then again ,for half of them I didnot use google )
Finally, After deleting enough System Prozesses , Mouseemu was working。。。BUT ,then I had no Internet...
Today After deleting some System Prozesses , ( 3 of them ...One of them was Java...jqs.exe ) Mouseemu was working、and then I had Internet too...
THEN later on, the two keys for mouseemu's left click und right click stopped working。。。While the Other keys did... So... Then I Started to delete some more System Prozesses ( lol ) und then my Internet Not working...
A restart of Mouseemu by deleting its Process , then starting it up again got the Mouseemu to left and right click work again, but no Internet...

What SYSTEMS Prozesses should I Not delete for me to keep internet? What are ALL of the ones for Internet?

What System Process could Be interferring with Mouseemu?

Thankyou for your Time und help ^^


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March 31, 2011 at 10:00:19
Your troubleshooting methods sound like they're scatter-brained to me.

Why are you continually mis-spelling Process and Processes ?
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What do you mean by you deleted a Process ?

Did you Stop it / them from running in Task Manager ?
If that's all you did, just restarting the compute should get your computer's internet connection working.
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If you randomly deleted the program files listed as processes, that's just plain DUMB.
The only way you can fix that, if they're programs built into Windows, is to run
SFC /SCANNOW and you MUST have a Windows CD that has had SP3 updates integrated into it that is the SAME version as on your computer - Home or Pro, in a drive for the source to recognized as valid by SFC.
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If you merely STOPPED some programs from running that are listed as processes in Services, that's not very smart either, assuming you made no notes about what you did so that you can restore their original settings.

SEE BELOW
Restoring Windows XP Services Automatically
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"Also, the Whole reason for this is that I am using a Mouse Emulator...( mouseemu) Sometimes when I start it, it says something like ' some of the required shortcut keys are already in use by another program...' ...so it would Not load/work...
I only have the Default compaq ctrl + alt + s when I use a shortcut Key Finder..."

There are keyboard shortcuts built into all sorts of things that are built into Windows.

Apparently mousemu is a relatively old prgram.

It may not have been intended to be used with XP at all.

XP has a mouse emulator built into it - MouseKeys.
Control Panel - Accessibilty - Mouse
You can enable it there.

Search in Help and Support in XP using: mousekeys for how to use it.

If MouseKeys isn't good enough for what you want to be able to do,there are other much newer mouse emulators that work fine with XP
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By the way, if you're using a mouse emulator because you can't easily operate a mouse, I recommend that you get yourself a USB or PS/2 Touchpad mouse. A friend of mine had SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy) and could only use two fingers, only one of them accurately, yet she could use a Touchpad mouse to do everything on a computer VERY WELL.
I recommend Cirque Touchpad mice,
http://www.cirque.com/

or if you're in Canada you can order them here AND order replacement cords for them:
http://www.ergocanada.com/

or other makes that use Cirque components - if the touchpad description mentions Glidepoint or Glidetouch software, the components were probably made by Cirque. You don't necessarily need to use the Glidepoint or Glidetouch software.
She also used the freeware Click-N-Type for her keyboard emulator.
http://www.lakefolks.org/cnt/

She could do everything except switch the computer on.

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Restoring Windows XP Services Automatically

1 Open a web browser and go to
Service Manager for Windows Operating Systems
http://serviceseditor.com/

2 Click the "Windows XP" graphic under "Select Your Operating System Below." The screen changes to display the default settings for all of the Windows XP services. If you do not see this and are running Internet Explorer 6, you may need to update your browser.

(NOTE - the page appears in IE 6 if IE 6 SP2 updates have been installed in Windows.)

3 Click the "Submit" button at the bottom of the window. The browser opens a download window for the file "services.reg." Save the file to the desktop.

4 Close the web browser and double-click "services.reg." Windows asks you to confirm that you want to import the file into the registry. Click "Yes," then click "OK."

5 Restart the computer. When the computer finishes restarting, all of the Windows XP services will be reset to their default startup settings.



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