vxd

  nockpile 14:55 04 Oct 2004
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How do I remove a message,white printing on a black background,that appears each time I boot up. It refers to some missing device files for an application which, after repeated install / uninstall operations is now up and running, this message precedes each of the following file names,"vnetsup.vxd" - "vredir.vxd" - "dfs.vxd". These are followed by the instruction "please press a key to continue" after which action bootup continues, but doesn't say how to remove the message.
nockpile

  SEASHANTY 16:41 04 Oct 2004

Dunno how to remove the message but if you reinstall
the missing files it refers to it may stop it
click here

  alan227 16:43 04 Oct 2004

You do not say what operating system you sre using.
Can you go into Device manager and see if any of the items in their have a yellow exclamation against them, and post back with your OS.

This is a lot of reading but it might be of some help.

click here

  pc moron 16:56 04 Oct 2004

Have a read through this click here

  pc moron 17:15 04 Oct 2004

Or this even click here

  nockpile 20:54 04 Oct 2004

seashanty
alan 227
pc moron
Many thanks for the assistance the wording of article 166832 is precisely what I get ( well it would be wouldn't it?)
gratefully nockpile

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