VDD driver format in Registry is invalid
Posted on 2002-06-10
My system: PC Clone, Celeron 400, 128 Mg ram, Win 2000 Pro;recently installed new video board: Radeon 7000 - set at 1024 X 768 pixels; acceleration enabled; DirectX 5.2600
Recently Windows has been popping up an unusual error message a few times everyday.
Here is the error message:
"System/Current Control Set/Virtual Device Driver VDD format in the registry is invalid. "Close" to terminate the application, or "Ignore."
I have tried both "Close" and "Ignore" but nothing much happens. I don't see any display problems. I have used regedit to navigate to System/Current Control Set - but there is no folder below that called "Virtual Device Driver."
Have run both RegClean and Registry Medic (a really cool shareware registry cleaner) with no change.
This is puzzling me.
Anyone got any ideas?