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Why does this file not load when reloading Windows 95?
or..where can I get it?
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Hi Mesmer

The vramdir.vxd is a dynamic 32-bit virtual RAM file system driver for Windows 95. It is used for to replace RAM-disk and speed up hard-disk related operations.
The program must be licensed. If you have a license, e-mail to program support at:

Virtual Software Corporation
5016 S.E. 63rd Street
Bellevue, WA 98006-4634
U.S.A.
virtual@accessone.com

If you have the original program, try to reinstall it from source media.

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Hi Mesmer!

At http://www.accessone.com/~virtual/download.htm you have a free trial of vramdir.
If you installed vramdir, you can download this file, unzip it in a temporary folder and put the file vramdir.vxd in the windows\system folder.
The risk is that this file can be different that the licensed version. Is your decision.

mvera  
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