Posted on 2002-04-12
Last Modified: 2008-03-17
I have installte over my XP Home Edition XP Professional.
Everything works fine but when i start now the XP Professional i will get a error windows with the following messag:

the system cannon find the selected data.

I hope somebody can help me to solve this problem.
thanks a lot

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Another fourm user, Troy A. Tudor, posted a fix for the DRI_KBFltr problem.

Here it is:
I had this problem upgrading from XP Home to XP Pro. Found in the registry it's linked to the Quick Launch keys. Follow these steps:
1. In Control Panel/Add or Remove Programs
2. Find and remove HP One-Touch Buttons
3. I had the message pop up again during removal. Ignore it.
4. I didn't reboot but probably a good idea.
5. In Control Panel/Keyboard/Hardware tab, select your keyboard and click Properties button
6. On Driver tab, click Update Driver
7. Select the 'Install from a specific location', click Next
8. Select the 'Search...' option, UNCHECK 'Search removable...', CHECK 'Include...' and enter 'C:\HP\PROGRAMS\ONETOUCH' (that's where the drivers were on my 5475)
9. After clicking Next, it should find the drivers, install them, reboot, and mine works perfectly now.

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I cannot find HP One-Touch Buttons but only Easy Button. Can i do this also deinstall this.

I have here an Toshiba Satellite-3000/514 notebook.

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try it, but create a system restore point before you do
start -->programs-->accessories-->system tools-->system restore
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then try the same procedure listed above, but substitute easy button for one touch
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that's too much, we're in this together and you took some time to hand them over to the law of EE :-)

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