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Could not start the Human Interface Device Access Services

Hi,

Can any one tell me as how to start the Human Interface Device Access Services ?

System : P-4 : Windows XP Professional

When I went through Start>Run>Services.msc> and "Human Interface Device Access Services", it shows that it is selected to "Manual" and not started. When I press the link to Start the service, I get this message :

"Could not start the Human Interface Device Access Services on local computer
Error 126:the specified module could not be found"

Can you please help me to find this module and how to load it?

Thanking you

Dee Joe
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SunBowCommented:
I dunno. What is this. I don't use either. It sounds like something where you can plug in something to help a handicapped person. such as for replacent of mouise or substitute for joystick. So, without the hardware, and/or corresponding software, then there's nothing for this to do.

So, begs question: Why you want to run this?

Best to not be trying to run programs just 'cause they sound cute. Best to have a reason
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joedeeAuthor Commented:
Hi,

Thanks for the help.

Now,why I want to run this?
My Keyboard shortcut ( Sys WinXP-Pro) like the combination of Windows Key+E does not work any more and I was told that may be due to the Human Interface Device Access Service. So I wnet and found out that this Service is not working and I want to check it. I actually do not require it if I can get the Keyboard shortcut working properly, any idea?

Thanks
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joedeeAuthor Commented:
Hi,

Thanks for the help.

Now,why I want to run this?
My Keyboard shortcut ( Sys WinXP-Pro) like the combination of Windows Key+E does not work any more and I was told that may be due to the Human Interface Device Access Service. So I wnet and found out that this Service is not working and I want to check it. I actually do not require it if I can get the Keyboard shortcut working properly, any idea?

Thanks
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lyonstCommented:
Agreed.. thanks.
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