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turbovbf.vxd/turbovcd.vxd

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by seether, Jan 14, 2003.

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  1. seether

    seether Thread Starter

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    seems like i deleted a very important program from my computer, because now when i start the computer it tells me im missing a file called 'turbovbf.vxd', and i need it for something, and i recently, im getting a subsequent message saying i have also deleted a turbovcd.vxd file...what do i do to replace these files? or fix the start up problem?
    thanks much.
     
  2. brendandonhu

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    Try going to device manager, remove your soundcard and your modem. Reboot, windows should recognize the new hardware.

    If not, reinstall the soundcard and modem drivers.
     
  3. seether

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    if i remove the soundcard of the modem. will i be able to use these later?
     
  4. brendandonhu

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    Yes, it just removes the software for them, and it should be reinstalled automatically after you restart.

    Just to be on the safe side, you could go to the manufacturers website and get the modem drivers downloaded first, in case Windows doesn't have them available.
     
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