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USB mouse and etc.

Post by LinuxUser1595 » Fri Feb 09, 2018 4:34 am

I have had various issues trying to get this os to work, first off, networking doesnt work one bit, sound doesnt work either, and when i go ahead and plug in a usb mouse to the pc the os completly locks up forcing me to hard reset the pc.

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Re: USB mouse and etc.

Post by EmuandCo » Fri Feb 09, 2018 9:40 am

Well, did you read about the current status of ReactOS? You know about the Alpha quality status I guess? Drivers are not many included by default, you need to use Windows XP/2003 ones and with some luck they even work. USB is a known problem and you can try our new USB stack for that: http://vgal.ru.com/reactos-0-4-7-2-new-usb/
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Re: USB mouse and etc.

Post by jimtabor » Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:21 pm

Which fork (Source) is the new USB stack for that: http://vgal.ru.com/reactos-0-4-7-2-new-usb/ from?

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Re: USB mouse and etc.

Post by EmuandCo » Fri Feb 09, 2018 4:14 pm

jimtabor wrote:Which fork (Source) is the new USB stack for that: http://vgal.ru.com/reactos-0-4-7-2-new-usb/ from?
This one I guess: https://github.com/vgalnt/reactos
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Re: USB mouse and etc.

Post by vgal » Sat Feb 10, 2018 8:51 am

ReactOS 0.4.7.2 + new USB is actually assembled from several branches of my fork. Thomas has one big common patch for 0.4.7.2+.

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Re: USB mouse and etc.

Post by cernodile » Sat Feb 10, 2018 9:28 am

vgal wrote:ReactOS 0.4.7.2 + new USB is actually assembled from several branches of my fork. Thomas has one big common patch for 0.4.7.2+.
I'm sure some newer people would get confused about "0.4.7.2", because news claim only 0.4.7 release.
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Dell Latitude E5430 on 0.4.9-vgal - i5-3340M, 8GB (4 utilized) DDR3-1600MHz RAM, booting off a USB.
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Re: USB mouse and etc.

Post by EmuandCo » Sat Feb 10, 2018 12:32 pm

Because its not official built and means based on 0.4.7 Version 2 of the USB updates
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Re: USB mouse and etc.

Post by thalunil » Thu Feb 22, 2018 8:39 am

hi the USB keyboard/mouse works like a charm.
Installing the ISO from an USB stick also works, but the bootup fails: "Opening hive fails"
Computer: Dell Optiplex 755.

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Re: USB mouse and etc.

Post by vgal » Tue Feb 27, 2018 3:23 am

If you are talking about "ReactOS + new USB", then after the first text stage you need to edit the new "freeldr.ini" on your hard disk. It is necessary to reduce by one the number of the disk in all the lines. For example, "rdisk (1)" to "rdisk (0)". This is due to the fact that during installation, the USB boot drive is seen by the system as the first disk (numbering starts from 0), and the hard disk is the second one.
By the way try to disconnect and then reconnect (maybe several times, making small pauses between) the mouse and / or the keyboard.

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Re: USB mouse and etc.

Post by thalunil » Mon Mar 05, 2018 1:58 pm

Manually editing the freeldr.ini after USB-installation worked easily.
Thanks.

I tried connecting a mouse, this worked fine several times.
Unplugging the mouse is a different story, each time the system got stuck.

In serial debug console:
(../ntoskrnl/mm/ARM3/sysldr.c:176) Loading: \SystemRoot\System32\drivers\mouhid.sys at F6C82000 with b pages
(../drivers/hid/hidclass/fdo.c:2460) [HIDCLASS]: FDO IoStack->MinorFunction 7
(../drivers/usb/usbuhci_new/usbuhci.c:1566) UhciGetErrorFromTD: USBD_STATUS_DEV_NOT_RESPONDING, TD - B7E26A00
(../drivers/usb/usbport/usbport.c:494) USBPORT_USBDStatusToNtStatus: Urb - B7E0C198, USBDStatus - c0000005
(../drivers/usb/usbport/usbport.c:494) USBPORT_USBDStatusToNtStatus: Urb - B7E0C198, USBDStatus - c0000005
(../drivers/usb/usbport/usbport.c:2257) USBPORT_CompleteTransfer: Irp - B7E178C0 complete with Status - c0000001
(../drivers/hid/hidusb/hidusb.c:485) [HIDUSB] Read IRP B7E178C0 failed with Status c0000001. Need reset.
(../drivers/usb/usbuhci_new/usbuhci.c:1566) UhciGetErrorFromTD: USBD_STATUS_DEV_NOT_RESPONDING, TD - B7E10240
(../drivers/usb/usbport/usbport.c:494) USBPORT_USBDStatusToNtStatus: Urb - B7E0C600, USBDStatus - c0000005
(../drivers/usb/usbport/usbport.c:494) USBPORT_USBDStatusToNtStatus: Urb - B7E0C600, USBDStatus - c0000005
(../drivers/usb/usbport/usbport.c:494) USBPORT_USBDStatusToNtStatus: Urb - B7E0C600, USBDStatus - c0000005
(../drivers/usb/usbport/usbport.c:494) USBPORT_USBDStatusToNtStatus: Urb - B7E17618, USBDStatus - c0000005
(../drivers/hid/hidusb/hidusb.c:382) [HIDUSB] ResetWorkerRoutine ResetPipe c0000001
(../drivers/hid/hidclass/fdo.c:864) [HIDCLASS] Status - c0000001, TimerPeriod - FF676980, Shuttle - B7E0CC08

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