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How do I fix this problem.  When I boot up, I get this z:vvinesd.386 error.

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Go to system.ini and do a search for that string then put a semi-colon in front of it. If you don't find it in the system.ini, do a search of the registry and delte that value. Just be careful if your in the registry.
I believe the vvinesd.386 file is an old Banyan network driver.
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busuka earned 200 total points
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jb, not really. madden, all you need to do is: run RegEdit, go to
\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\VxD\VVinesd
and remove this key. Restart Win95. Voila.
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