lmul.vxd has been deleted

Posted on 1998-10-18
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Last Modified: 2013-12-29
when upgrading my modem, the lmul.vxd file for my video card was somehow erased.  Now, I only get 16 colors at 640 by 480.  Is there anyway to fix this, since my modem is now out of opperation?
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gikam earned 50 total points
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reinstall your video card!

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Um.. I should have stated that I tried to reinstall my video card.  It won't accept the re-installation.  It keeps telling me that the software is not writen for the hardware.

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You can find lmul.vxd in your Win 98 installation Cd. Just go to the Win98 mapp and click on Base5.cab and there you will find lmul.vxd.
eg.   D:\Win98\Base5.cab
Doubleclick on lmul.vxd and extract the file in to your Windows/system mapp on your harddrive.
Good luck!

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