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Error at start up lmul.vwd missing, press any key

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Everytime I boot up, a screen says i am missing a device driver (lmul.vxd), what is it, and how do I get it. I even tried reinstalling windows, but no hope.
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It doesn't seem to be a standard Windows device driver.  You might have uninstalled a software recently but the registry entry is still there causing your system to look for the missing file at startup.  If your computer is working properly you might as well remove the registry entry.  Open up Regedit and look for lmul.vxd and delete the entry.  Also open up system.ini and look for the same then delete it.
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