iRecovery - PC isn´t booting anymore.

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  1. holder10

    holder10 New Member

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    Hi,

    My iPod is now jailbroken, but before I also tried on a PC with Vista, and I needed to install iRecovery. After installing it, I read that it was a mistake.
    Well, everytime my PC boots now I get a bluescreen. Okay, when I boot in safe-mode, I don´t get a bluescreen, but my keyboard/mouse aren´t working too, because it has disabled all my USB-Devices on Vista. And I don´t have a old, non-usb keyboard/mouse which I could take.

    Do you have any idea how to uninstall it? I also have a Hackintosh installed on this PC, so I could eventually uninstall it over Mac OS X?

    Thanks

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  2. JimBlob

    JimBlob New Member

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    **Better get a non-usb keyboard**

    1.Go into Safe Mode
    2.Go Into Control Panel
    3.Add or remove programs
    4.uninstall Winlibusb <----- This is what caused your problem

    Winliusb
    Next time run as administrator and under commpatiblty mode: Windows xp service pack 2
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    holder10 New Member

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    Like I said, I can´t get into Control Panel, because I can´t use my mouse/keyboard... I can´t even login, even if I am in Safe Mode.
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    You should read instructions

    Yoyu have to run lilusb in compat mode for xp
  5. JimBlob

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    u need a non usb keyboard...only way i know 4 sure happened to me like 5 times this morning
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    And if you don't have one of those, you can get a cheap ps2 converter that you plug the USB cable into and then that dongle into your ps2 port.
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    holder10 New Member

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    I have one, but it didn´t work. I plugged the USB cable into it, but I still couldn´t use it...
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    I made the same mistake, just recover from a back-up, at least that's what I did. Best way to do it is to shut down your computer and boot it with the XP/Vista/whatever DVD in it and recover from there.
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    So... I will have to completely reinstall Windows?

    Like I said, I have Mac OS X installed on the harddrive, too - so is there a way to delete it over Mac OS X? I already tried it, but the folder (Program Files) is secured...

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