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This blue dos screen pops up every time I boot W95. I want to get rid of it. Any tips ???
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Normally an Invalid Dynamic Link Call error is the result of an incompatibility between driver versions, or a corrupt or missing driver. Try uninstalling and then reinstalling any applications or components that you installed recently (before the error occurred).
Search the [386Enh] section of the System.ini file for a line with the following form
      Device=<DeviceName>.386
 Replace/reinstall the driver or remove the above line.
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