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ndis2sup.vxd and sdvxd failure to load

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Was running RegRepair2000 and asked for IOS check, then fix problems
whereby the program claimed that ndis2sup.vxd and sdvxd failed on loading.

Request repair of the problems and placed my win98SE in cdrom and was
unable to locate these vxd's.  I had win 95 to start and my hard drive failed
but had backups (taped) a new windows 98 was installed using my CD's
and also win 98SE.  I then reinstalled my files.  Are these carry-overs from
old win 95 files and shoul;d they be deleted?
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by:hewittg
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Fly,
This should answer your question.  Hope it helps.

Glenn

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q127/9/70.asp
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by:reghakr
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Typical on most machines.

And a good reason to be weary of so-called Registry fixers.

reghakr
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by:jjcontact
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Glenn
You know you have the answer.
Lock this down before some newbie does it for you.
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JJ,
Thanks, I think I will.  I normally don't but getting frustrated with all the wrong answers getting the points as they reply with answers.

Glenn
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by:jjcontact
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Exactly why I suggested it. If you don't you know it will get taken by someone and get lost in the shuffle.
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