Once I reset these the device manager came back to life - and after rebooting I had all my network connections again. Back to top #9 scotty_ncc1701 scotty_ncc1701 Members 520 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:05:47 PM Posted 08 June 2014 - 08:06 PM Personally I have always been hesitant to hook drives Loading... Follow the prompts. http://transcoderesearch.com/device-manager/device-manager-blank-windows-xp.html
DaveMcG54 says: 6 years ago Option #2 worked like a charm on my win 7 x64 system. Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect The next video is startingstop Loading... Back to top #3 wpgwpg wpgwpg Members 1,149 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:US of A Local time:05:47 PM Posted 08 June 2014 - 03:53 PM In addition to your antivirus, you Add users as EVERYONE and give it them full permission 5. http://helpdeskgeek.com/windows-xp-tips/device-manager-empty-or-blank/
Neither their fix nor Microsofts fixccs download solves the problem. THANKYOU SOOOO MUCH! I found Nitt on a few other posts.
VstarAl says: 7 years ago Thank you very much! Many thanks. What if Device Manager shows an hostile action by refusing to show any device attached to your computer.Follow this video tutorial to fix the issue. Please help solved Graphics card not appearing in device manager, unable to download drivers solved Display adapters not appearing in device manager.
Fine. They go on to recommend just enabling the firewall. To fix it, click on Start, then Run, and type in REGEDT32. http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/219412-device-manager-blank.html Changing the permissions on child objects was fo me the solution.
A good 80% or so have solved it by removing the KB905749 update. I've yet to find any answer to this. I can not edit permissions for Enum. I can only use a USB mouse a USB keyboard doesn't work Network drivers do, but it's mobo onboard.
My device Mgr is empty.
One additional thing I did prior to posting this was runningComboFix (didn't change anything) but to be honest, the log is useless to me as alayperson. Checked out Safe Mode and Device Manager showed up and all devices were properly configured. It worked just fine.
Was it easy? this content Choose your language. Didn't work. Agsilvers says: 8 years ago Hit the nail on the head.
Excellent - Thank you so much. I still changed permissions though and sorry, still not working. I recommend everyone try this, if the other steps didn't work. weblink Please try again later.
Running a Sytem Restore Backup before continuing may not be a bad idea either Useage As previously posted: "Aproposfix.exe must be run in safe mode! Click OK. 5. Let us know if doesn't solve your issue after that.
All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices But this brings me back to my point I made on another post on some forum. Angel says: 3 years ago Did everything you said but it says access denied! :( I'm the lone user of this computer and is supposed to have admin access so I hmm...
Save your draft before refreshing this page.Submit any pending changes before refreshing this page. From the command prompt typesfc /scannow. Fahad says: 6 years ago When I do the last step - permission entries on all child objects with entries shown here that apply to child objects - It says Error!! http://transcoderesearch.com/device-manager/device-manager-is-blank-windows-7.html Guess all have this?
Enjoy! vinod says: 5 years ago Thanks a million! I really do not want to have to start with a clean system again. Chris says: 5 years ago Here's the solution, go to "C:\Windows\System32\" locate your "svchost.exe" then right click select run as administrator.And lastly, restart your computer.
It should run and check and correct system files. They're not allowed ON OUR HOME NETWORK, if any of our computers are turned on. Techexpert: The faulty module is: "ntdll.dll", this is a windows system file. If not, try Method 2!
This blank device manager issue occured prior to a sp2 or sp3 update. Thank you, again. Working... john bunyan 19:16 10 Apr 12 Have you run a scan for malware with Malawarebytes and / or Superantispyware?
Please try the request again. Method 1 "“ Enable Plug and Play Windows Service Apparently, the Windows Device Manager needs to have the Plug and Play service Enabled in order to work correctly. Wouldn't let me change the permissions. So, let's check out Device Manager to see what's up with the modem.
Cause freaking hell I want to hug! Tim says: 5 years ago This is the problem I have right now. My problem was the Plug and Play service not starting. Reply SHAZ November 2, 2014 at 10:15 pm I cant see ENUM.
In case of any doubt please Contact us techsupportall.com © Copyright 2017, All Rights Reserved. suzlik says: 6 years ago Hey, Thank you very much for this information. I have tried all your methods will no results… tried several other little tricks, but again nothing.