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Hi,

I have a machine that blue screens with 0028: C0065354 in VXD VRDIR(01) etc etc. I believe that I need to update vredir.vxd with a newer version (dated 22 march 2001). I have been unable to find a newer version of this file however or the fix that microsoft suggests in article Q293793. Does anyone have the update or a link to somewhere where I can download it?

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by:WiZaRd
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looks like faulty memory to me.
if not are you running Adaptec Direct CD? Try re-installing that if so.
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by:ensa
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Thanks for the reply WiZaRd. I appear to be experiencing the same problems as those described in the article. The problem occurs when moving a file on the network into another network folder. If there is any doubt the full error message details are:

0028: C0065354 in VXD VREDIR(01) + 000035C8 called from 0028:C0069164 in VXD VREDIR(01) + 000073D8.

I am not running Adaptec Direct CD on this machine
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by:ITsheresomewhere
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I guess the initial response is if the ME machine has all of the updates from Microsoft Update?

Most often the hotfixes can be rolled into updates as they occur.

Otherwise, if your looking for that particular one, and if my reading of the referenced document is correct then this item is a limited distribution fix and requires you contacting Microsoft, as stated in the Q doc, for the fix.  

Also in reading the Q doc the situation is similar but not completely identical and therefore the fix may not apply.

If the ME is not up to date, then I would suggest that as a first action, followed by a thorough defrag, and if still occuring then moving to contact MS.

Or copy the entire message and contact MS for complete direction.  

ITsy
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by:onetwothree
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Dear Enza.,

This  looks like a typical  problem  which i too faced. I had  exactly the same of  the  problem at my client site.
I was  woundering that  what went wrong , A possible cast in my finding,  made be to suspect a  RAM  initially  which i change with another .. and the Very same  crap  Blue  Screen with 000x000 (some address of the  Ram)..  Finally I changed the Ram and then  the probelm  persisted ..  All my hairs  were Burned (:-)) .
Then  I took  that Pc to my test centre .. and checked... it was  working fine.. Now  i Transported  the same  Pc  to my client place.. again  The problem  raised.  OOPs  My  poor  cerebellum  said  that  it was the AC current.
What  i  did is  i added  a  spike connector  to  the ac inlet and then made the current to flow from the AC socket to  the UPS and  Then  to the system. Then NO MORE VREDIR.VXD with his cousin BLUE SCREEN.

I THINK you have to check out your  AC current.  This is  the alone thing which i  solved  my  problem.

Hope you to get out of your  troubles..

GOD BLESS  YOU


THYAGARAJAN
TEAM  DIRECTOR

project_alphs@homail.com
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WiZaRd earned 25 total points
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98 & ME fixes here

http://www.pop-n-mary.com/vxd.htm
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onetwothree please read.

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by:onetwothree
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Dear Enza.,


Kindly let me  know, what happend Then.  Has  you sorted out your problem... Kindly let me know...  :)
regard  Thyagarajan
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any joy ensa?
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by:ensa
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I've tried a Vredir fix and the problem hasn't arisen for a while now. Although I can't be sure it is completely fixed I'll give the points to wizard for suggesting the fix site. Thanks for all your help.
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