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I have a new HDD. Fdisked and formatted and i am trying to load Win98 SE. It loads the disk, but when it restarts the PC comes up with the following error: C:\Windows\system\vmm32.vxd: Missing/unable to load.I have tried another CD too - still the same error. Please help
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goto the command prompt, and run setup from the command propt as apposed using the boot disk to auto install.

then goto the cdrom drive: and type:

CD:/setup /?

this will give you a list of components to turn off. for example you can remove the memor,registry,billboard etc,


so it will be for example :

CD:/setup.exe /op1 /op2 /op3 /op4

this will skip it and continue.

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