Re: vmm32.vxd

Re: vmm32.vxd


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Posted by misiek on July 28, 2000 at 04:09:01:

In Reply to: Re: vmm32.vxd posted by bill on April 23, 2000 at 19:47:33:

: : Help! Don't have this file and Windows won't load without it. Can't find it on my cd, either.

: I don't understand why so many people simply reply and say nothing,
: perhaps I am missing some text somehow. If so forgive me.

: VMM.VXD is a master VXD. It exists on your original CD.
: you can extract it from DOS with the extract command.

: I created a batch file to extract several VXDs lost when
: my son shut down wrong. a similar one, or typing the same
: text (without the %1) can extract files from Cabinet files.

: extract /A /L c:\windows\system\vmm32\ h:\win98\base4.cab %1

: In this cast the file will go into c:\windows\system\vmm32\.
: the h:\win98\base4.cab is where extract will start searching.
: In place of %1 you would type the name of the file you want to
: extract.

: The vmm32.vxd may be a different matter. After an attempt to extract
: it, and after a reinstall, I get a vmm32.vxd is possibly corrupt message
: and the machine still boots. Any ideas?

but I dont have on my cd any win 98




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