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Missinf file VFD.386

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When I start my computer, it tells me that the file VFD.386 missing, I think that this problem is caused for Backup system.
What is the problem?
when I can find this file?
How can I resolve this problem?
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Go to the Start button, then select Run. Type in sysedit and hit enter. This opens all of the system config files - autoexec.bat, config.sys, protocol.ini, win.ini and system.ini. Select system.ini and do a search for vfd.386. If you find it, place a ";" in front of it. Close and save system.ini and reboot.
If you don't find it referenced in system.ini, try win.ini. Failing that you will need to search the registry, but I doubt it is there. Was this machine upgraded from Windows 3.x?

Good luck.
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