Jailbreaking and then CPU froze

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  1. ElliotNeedsHelp

    ElliotNeedsHelp New Member

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    I was On the first step of the tethered jailbreak and I downloaded the libusb thing. When I did that my computer froze so I manually shutdown my CPU. But I turned it on and it won't respond to anything I do. I tried to login to my account on my computer but the keyboard doesn't work or the mouse. I tried to run the CPU on safe mode but nothing happened. I have a dell inspiron 530 and it runs on vista basic and I can't use it anymore cause it doesn't respond. I'm using my iPod to do this and I think I'm going insane cause I don't have anything on my iPod. No music just the home screen. HELP me please!!! How do I fix this?
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    There should be some guide here on how to fix it.

    I think you have to boot into safe mode, and uninstall everything having to do with LibUSB.
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    ElliotNeedsHelp New Member

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    But I can't even use my mouse or keyboard...it is unresponsive evn in safe mode
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    mitchell209 Active Member

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    Hmm, that's not good...
    I have no clue. Just try to restore it then, I guess.

    But make sure that next time you run it as administrator, and set the compatibility to XP.
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    mohaas05 New Member

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    You seem to have a misunderstanding of what a CPU is.

    Try using a PS/2 mouse/keyboard.
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    mitchell209 Active Member

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    Well, I don't know how to fix the LibUSB thing, since I haven't ever had that problem...
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    ElliotNeedsHelp New Member

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    CPU is my computer to clarify things and it won't respond to my mouse or keyboard at all. Is there a better solution (better as in to keep my files and memory) other than reformatting my computer?
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    mattehww New Member

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    you must be running vista? you need to use a NONusb mouse. then uninstall libusb. and right click the setup and select compatibility run in XP SP2. install and you'll be fine.
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    A CPU is not a computer. A CPU is a central processing unit, or your processor.

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    Put on a ps/2 keyboard and mouse. uninstall libusb and next time read the manual it clearly says INSTALL LIBUSB IN WINDOWS XP COMPACTEBILITY MODE OR BAD THINGS HAPPEn.....

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