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Does anyone experience the same thing in Windows 7 RC1?

 

InputRemapperFilter.x86.sys is giving BSOD on Windows 7. It won't even pass the installation. MemoryDump showing DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL. MSDN Info

 

I have a Macbook white with 2GB of RAM.

  • 2 months later...
InputRemapperFilter.x86.sys is giving BSOD on Windows 7. It won't even pass the installation. MemoryDump showing DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL. MSDN Info

 

I have a Macbook white with 2GB of RAM.

 

Cut your losses and reinstall. I have spent more than ten hours on this and cannot find a work around to get input remapper uninstalled after Win 7 RC. I should have done it before.

  • 4 weeks later...

I got this successfully uninstalled on Windows7 RTM:

 

Enabled RDP (backup in case something breaks you can still login and use a keyboard and mouse)

Set firewall appropriately

Opened RegEdit

Searched "InputRemapper"

Kept searching until i got to the actual keyboard and mouse properties:

 

My computers registry locations (there was one of each in controlset01 and controlset02):

Keyboard- computer\hkey_local_machine\system\controlset01\class\{4d36e96b-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}

 

Mouse- computer\hkey_local_machine\system\controlset01\class\{4d36e96f-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}

 

Edit UpperFilters, double click on UpperFilters:

 

Old Value Keyboard:

kbdclass

InputRemapperFilter

 

New Value Keyboard:

kbdclass

 

Old Value Mouse:

mouclass

InputRemapperFilter

 

New Value Mouse:

mouclass

 

I did this for each controlset. If you do this, make sure you have kbdclass and mouclass respectively, if you delete these, you will lose your keyboard and mouse control completely unless you RDP into the machine (like I had to...).

 

After this is completed, I deleted all of the InputRemapper sub-folders that I could find in the registry.

 

I then removed the InputRemapper folder from Program Files, and the InputRemapper.x86.sys file from system32/drivers folder.

 

I then rebooted and reinstalled Boot Camp.

 

Again, I fxxored it up and removed everything from UpperFilters the first time, but I was still able to get it working through RDP...

 

Only took a couple hours to figure this out... ;)

 

-Jeff Bachand

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