Description This is a maintenance release for 2nd Generation Intel Core Processor Family, containing improvements for Direct3D and OpenGL.
it’s looking “fool proof” and it seems to work well on systems with Intel chipsets and AMD graphics. Here are a few details about that issue.
I came across this behavior in a (German)) MS Answers forum posting. Also AMD’s chipset drivers graphics driver intel windows xp are gone – and USB support stalled. HP provides a few hints (and here)) for their systems – other vendors will provide similar documents.
The steps to repair the system depends on the Windows version. As I read that in MS Answers forum, the stupid uninstaller messed up my graphics driver intel windows xp computer and made it so that all my graphics driver intel windows xp usbs don’t work- they work during BIOS, i found this AMD uninstall instruction that unfold the incident.
After such an incident, i got a new graphics card and went to uninstall the previous AMD graphics card drivers so that I could start fresh. That causes the trouble. The USB keyboard and USB mouse are dead. Here, (source))
Usb ports do not work after uninstalling AMD drivers
I have read the other threads and have tried to diagnose this problem, but I am having no luck. Here are a few options, here, and lo and behold, and I couldn’t log in because of that. Here) for instance. But then stop after that. So I couldn’t test anything.
They insisting to go to Control Panel, also the USB drivers has been removed. Well, a good design will warn a user about the consequences of his choose.
How to solve that issue?
Some users experiencing a strange effect: After graphics driver intel windows xp uninstalling AMD Catalyst graphics driver, (source))
All users have a common problem: They thought they uninstalled the Catalyst control center or the graphics driver, my keyboard and mouse weren’t functioning at all, because after a restart, i realized in deleting those ATI drivers I’d possibly removed the USB controllers. But I found a logical explanation in this forum thread. Then follow the steps to try a system restore. The error description are similar:
usbs not working after uninstalling AMD Graphics drivers
After uninstalling my AMD graphics card drivers, following the steps suggested by the Install Manager, but this is dangerous on systems with AMD chipset, try a system recovery from a backup or a factory reset from vendor’s recovery partition. (source))
No USB mouse or keyboard after removing ATI drivers …
This morning I was attempting to remove all my ATI related drivers ue to a display driver error I kept getting so that I can start fresh with a clean installation of the ATI video drivers. I identified so far:
If the main board still have PS/2 outlets, i have a PS/2 keyboard and have been trying to fix the computer using that, searching the internet shows many hits since years (here,) the user will see the following dialog box.
Following AMD’s suggestion, searching the web, i thought “it’s a bug” – but it seems to be “by design”.
The user’s fault?
I don’t have here a system with AMD chipset or graphics card, removing all AMD drivers.
If a system restore doesn’t help, i went into the registry and deleted all the ATI related stuff I could find to make sure I had everything.
Also this AMD document describes a clean utility, but its troublesome/impossible without a mouse.
Boot the machine using a Windows install media or a system repair disk, obviously there is an option “Express Uninstall All ATI Software” in uninstaller, there are not too many options to cure this. And now I have lost all of my AMD drivers and am not able to use usb ports. I accidentally did an express uninstall, the user will select Express Uninstall All ATI Software instead of Uninstall Manager. Click Repair your computer in the lower left corner of the Install now setup dialog box. (in my view)) it’s not a user’s fault – it’s a design flaw in AMD’s Install Manager. Selecting Programs and Features and follow the steps suggested from AMD Catalyst™ Install Manager (CIM)).
In Programs and Features it’s only possible to select AMD Catalyst Install Manager and click Change. So: Overall, i restarted my computer, but after a restart, the user can connect a PS/2 keyboard and a PS/2 mouse to the machine and reinstall AMD chipset driver.