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What are lmul.vxd files

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When I boot my computer it tells me that I'm missing a device file(lmul.vxd) what can I do to fix this?
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decypher earned 20 total points
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lmul.vxd is a Virtual device driver in Windows 98.  It is a core file.  If you do not have it, then you need to get it.  If you do have it, then it is probably corrupt.  Again, get a copy of the file off another machine and put it in place of the current one. I do not know if that file works in conjunction with any other files, so as to if it will 100% solve the problem, I can't say.  
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I would like to know more about how to get the file(like where to go in the machine to get the file from), and after getting the file where in the machine to put it.  Thank you very much for your help.  As to the points I gave you I do not know how the point system works, so I do not know if I gave you the amount you expected.  Once again thank you for you help.
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