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Hey tried to follow the instructions for the BSOD on demand, but when i get into the i8042prt under the services tab, it only has the sub folder ENUM and not parameter.

I am running Windows Xp Professional, Sp2.

Anyone know where i am going wrong?


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there used to be a regedit for this ....

i used to have it on my 32 bit box and had it set to just restart and not display the bsod , so when ctrl-alt-del didnt work anymore (complete locked and hung machine :,( ) i'd just have to pres ctrl-scroll lock-scroll lock and it'd reboot ....

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