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'Error, expected vxd version 1.4 got 1.4'

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I have a new 400Mhz PII box, with a Diamond Viper V330 (agp) and after installing the new drivers, I get the error message listed in the subject. No matter what i do, including reinstalling the drivers from the win98 disk, i still get it - any clues ? Fixes ? Please help !

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Go into Safe mode and remove all of the drivers listed for your card then restart and let windows detect it again
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