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lmul.vxd on black screen startup

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when booting up I get file missing "lmul.vxd" that may be listed in registry or system.ini press any key to continue

how do i stop this message from slowing up my bootup?

I do not seem to need that file and it is not to be found in my computer
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Open up regedit and do a sreach for lmul.vxd and delete any entry.  Then open up your system.ini and win.ini do the sreach and delete any entry.
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