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[SOLVED] vnetbios.vxd

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by plibitz, Jan 21, 2002.

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  1. plibitz

    plibitz Thread Starter

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    I recently did a clean boot and then installed win 98se. Everything works good with one exception.
    Now, when I start my computer it stops on a screen that reads:

    >CANNOT FIND A DEVICE FILE THAT MAY BE NEEDED TO RUN< >WINDOWS OR A WINDOWS APPLICATION.<

    >THE WINDOWS REGISTRY OR SYSTEM.INI FILE REFERS TO THIS< >DEVICE FILE, BUT THE DEVICE FILE NO LONGER EXISTS.>

    >IF YOU DELETED THIS FILE ON PURPOSE, TRY UNINSTALLING<
    >THE ASSOCIATED APPLICATION USING ITS UNINSTALL OR<
    >SETUP PROGRAM.<

    >IF YOU STILL WANT TO USE THE APPLICATION ASSOCIATED< >WITH THIS DEVICE FILE, TRY REINSTALLING THAT APPLICATION< >TO REPLACE THE MISSING FILE.<

    >VNETBIOS.VXD<
    >PRESS A KEY TO CONTINUE<

    When I press a key, Windows starts and everything works perfectly, so this is not a major problem, but it would be nice to lose this message.

    What is a VNETBIOS.VXD?

    Thanks, Gene
     
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    Thank You AcaCandy, You are wonderful. It worked.
    Thanks Again,
    Gene
     
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    You are very welcome. Glad to have helped. Have a great day! :)
     
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