How do I get it

HI ,my problem is that every time I boot my pc I get the
mesagge that MTRR.VXD is missing I think its because
Direct X 5 . what can I do ?
kotoAsked:
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tedpanConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Have you checked the setup files with "sysedit" in your c:\windows\systems directory? When you open that program, check your system.ini file along with the win.ini file. Do a search for the string MTRR.VXD and comment it out with a ";"

BTW, sorry about these two posts, but I want to make sure that I'm not missing out with the above as just a comment
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tedpanCommented:
Have you checked the setup files with "sysedit" in your c:\windows\systems directory?  When you open that program, check your system.ini file along with the win.ini file.  Do a search for the string MTRR.VXD and comment it out with a ";"
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busukaCommented:
Koto, check info on me and select Q: 'mtrr.vxd pain in the butt'
from Win95 Setup section. It'll much cheaper.
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dew_associatesCommented:
Ian, if your going to be a tech here, then you should follow protocol.
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dentCommented:
copy it from another system and put it in %windir%\system
you shouldn't get that eror message after that.

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busukaCommented:
Dew: ??? Sorry, don't quite understanded what is all about. If I
pointed guy to this already answered question, so what "protocol"
thingie is ? And tell me, why Experts-exchange keeps track on
answered questions.
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dew_associatesCommented:
Experts Exchange keeps the ?'s on line for a period of time to permit follow-on dialogue. The protocol issue should be obvious to you and should not be addressed on the customers page.
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