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how I can restore the file lmul.vxd?
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bartsmit earned 200 total points
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Try here:
ftp://ftp.heim8.tu-clausthal.de/pub/windows/32-Bit/Treiber/Logitech/Mouse95/LMUL.VXD

copy it to the windows\system folder

It should also be on the diskette that came with your logitech pointing device, try re-installing the drivers.
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Cesarmm, you can also find the same virtual device driver on your windows 98 CD rom disk in the Base5.cab File!
Dennis

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Or you can goto the logitech web site and download the recent driver (version 8.2) which has the file in it.

Regards

Thomas

hmm still no 200 points for no one hmm
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