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Vserver Error 6255 At Start Up.

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by gless75, Oct 13, 2003.

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  1. gless75

    gless75 Thread Starter

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    When my PC start I get the following ERROR MESSAGE:

    THE FOLLOWING ERROR OCURRED WHILE LOADING THE DEVICE: VSERVER ERROR 6255: THE SERVER WAS CONFIGURED FOR USER LEVEL ACCESS CONTROL BUT THE FILESEC.VXD WAS NOT FOUND.MAKE SURE THE FILE IS LOCATED IN WINDOWS\SYSTEM FOLDER.

    I checked and this "filesec.vxd" is located there.NOW what do I do? My OS is Windows 98 SE.I'm using SBC DSL.
    Please, HELP!!!
     
  2. Styxx

    Styxx Banned

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    You might have a viral infection on your Hard Drive.

    Do a free on-line virus scan at http://housecall.trendmicro.com

    If you haven't got a hardware or a software firewall running, get free Sygate at http://download.com type, sygate, in the Search box and press Enter. You must be on-line with a browser window open to register Sygate.
     
  3. gless75

    gless75 Thread Starter

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    Thanks for replying, but I already did the virus scan at trendmicro and I have AVG antivirus.Everything was clean.I also have Zone
    Alarm Firewall.By the way, when that error message appear at start up I just hit the ok button and everything go on fine,but I I'm worried what might happen.
    Thanks again ,Please somebody has any idea how to solve this?
     
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