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Hello, yesterday i upgraded from XP to vista, but now when i want to turn my touchpad off i get a bleuscreen saying something about inputRemapper.exe.sync.

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Hello, yesterday i upgraded from XP to vista, but now when i want to turn my touchpad off i get a bleuscreen saying something about inputRemapper.exe.sync.


Did you install the latest version after upgrading to Vista?

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i installed this one: InputRemapper_1_0_04_Release.exe


i mean: i tried installing, when i'm half way the installation i get the blue screen again

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i installed this one: InputRemapper_1_0_04_Release.exe
i mean: i tried installing, when i'm half way the installation i get the blue screen again


You could try disabling the Input Remapper service in Service Manager, reboot, Delete C:\Windows\System32\drivers\InputRemapper.x86.sys, reboot, run Input Remapper uninstall, reboot and then install the latest version.

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i deleted that file, but now i can't do anything anymore.

I think i need to reinstall the drivers on the leopard install CD.

But i don't have the cd here, is there any chance i can download the files onlne?

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can somebody maybe post this file so i can put it back where it belongs?
I can't do anything anymore on my windows

file:
C:\Windows\System32\drivers\InputRemapper.x86.sys

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can somebody maybe post this file so i can put it back where it belongs?
I can't do anything anymore on my windows

file:
C:\Windows\System32\drivers\InputRemapper.x86.sys


You can find the file in the Input Remapper folder. Or here if you don't have it installed any longer:
Input Remapper Drivers

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You can find the file in the Input Remapper folder. Or here if you don't have it installed any longer:
Input Remapper Drivers


thank you, but i can't paste them in the drivers map.

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thank you, but i can't paste them in the drivers map.


If you are trying to do it from OSX you need a NTFS driver:
http://www.lifehack....n-mac-os-x.html

You might be able to access the windows installation through remote desktop as well, if you had turned it on before.

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it doesn't work here.

I also tried parallels tools, but that doesn't work either

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it doesn't work here.

I also tried parallels tools, but that doesn't work either


Then I'm at a loss. You might have to reinstall the OS. At least you are able to copy the files you need in OSX, and generally it's not a great idea to ugrade windows, rather you should do a clean install.





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