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Microsoft Virtual Machine

After recently downloading Microsoft VM, I invariably get a blue fatal error box whenever I try to shut down, and on occasion when I boot up. How do I fix?
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Lindsey2Author Commented:
Adjusted points to 200
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k6__Commented:
Be Sure that you don't have any
files in your : WINDOWS\TEMP
directory... if you do then delete
all the files inside WINDOWS\TEMP,
restart your computer and try to
install MS-VM again...



hope this helps...
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dew_associatesCommented:
Lindsey, are there any error codes associated with this error screen or window?
Dennis
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Lindsey2Author Commented:
Dennis:  Yes, it says I have an error in "Kernel32.dll" (looked it up--I have 2 with that name)
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dew_associatesCommented:
That's a start. Try and recreate the error and not the entire error line and write it down and post it here. Accuracy counts!
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Lindsey2Author Commented:
Dennis:  Thanks so much for trying to fix, but after k6_'s suggestion to delete temp files I have shut down and rebooted several times and error msg has never appeared again.
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Lindsey2Author Commented:
k6_: Deleted files, but did not reinstall.  Runs fine now, with no error msgs.  Thanx so much!
Lindsey
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