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Unstable System.

vardis
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My Computer is very unstable and I can not seem to find the problem. I think I have tried evrything to no avail.
The Problem: The computer throws " An Exception 0D has occured at 0028: C028DFAC in VXD IFSMGR(03) + 0000CF98 The current application will be terminated"
Or a similar message with diferent numbers.
I have an AOpen AP5T motherboard
OS windows 95
Cyrix MX PR233 CPU, 64MB ram, I have tried all different configurations, removed all cards except video, the problem seems to always appear when I use the mouse to double click, this problem even hapens in "windows 95 safe mode"
Please help.
Vardis
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i see two solutions for your problem.  First is windows 95 is defect and you must reinstall it. ( Don't worry, you will not lose your datas and you will not have to reinstall all your software ).  Other solution is to check your mother board ( for example with a program called PCPRO) to check all hardware problem.
If you have recently change something in your configuration, please tell me what, maybe i could give you more help.
Good luck

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Thank you graig.
I did search for the "vhpscand.vxd" and to my suprice it was missing although I had reinstalled windows few times.
I copied the file (From another computer) as you suggested.
I hope this will fix the problem.

I will let you know.
Regards Vardis..

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Craig thank you again.
This has fixed the problem!

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I Like to thank gaestar for his proposal
what I failed to mention earlier is that I had reinstaled windows few times, and that the problem persisted. So I thought that it had to be hardware related.

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