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What do I do to get the missing file nwnblink.vxd??
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cuddlebug earned 10 total points
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I am not 100% sure but I think that is a driver that comes with your NIC card
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by:robcols
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I guess there is no way this is correct, I do not have a NIC.  I do not even know what NIC is, but I did not use anything new.


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by:cuddlebug
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ok..A nic is a network card....Try this...I assume you are installing Dial-up netowkorking..Unistall everything in the network settings, than reboot and add everything again
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