How to replace vxd files?
ok, here goes. i was missing a vxd file needed to run windows. instead of reading ahead to my next chapter (A+ certification-duh don't i feel stupid), i decided to jump the cmos (which was password protected by previous unknown user). anyway, i reset to original configurations (later changed to optimal settings). then i reloaded windows 98 through dos. at that time, what i really hadn't realized is that i have 2 hard drives. at this point, the computerhas started booting to drive d instead of c. i didn't mind that so much, either drive, or so i thought was ok - drive c is fat 32, and drive d is just a fat (i think). when it came time to load the sound card drivers, it kept saying that it couldn't locate what was most of the files - vxd's dll's, etc. this was from all - the original cd, the c drive, and i even downloaded from the manufacturer. the computer constantly freezes up in the middle of things - whether it be word, internet, that doesn't matter, and then i have to cold boot it. please - how do i fix this mess i'm in? I am so tired of surfing around and trouble shooting, and class doesn't start again for another week!
This question was answered on March 20, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.This file can be downloaded from the WinBook Tech Support site on the Internet The address for the page is www.winbookcorp.com
- Select Models, WinBook FX Support files, then WinBook FX drivers
- Select the FX-VXD file, and follow the instructions to download and extract the files
- In Windows 98, go to Start, Programs, then click MS-DOS Prompt At the DOS C:\> prompt, type A:\INSTALL When asked if you want to overwrite the file, press Y for yes
- Then shut down the computer and restart If you continue to have problems, please contact Technical Support
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Posted by Enyenihi of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on March 20, 2003