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vsdata95.vxd    ?????????

Posted on 2003-02-21
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Last Modified: 2013-12-28
I am trying to eliminate the bootup message:
(The file vsdata95.vxd referred by the registry or win.ini
is not present or has been deleted.

press any key to continue.)

I have searched the registry for refferences..  not
I have looked thru all the start up files for booting..  not

During step by step confirmation, the file path:
c:\windows\system\vsdata95.vxd shows up.

I uninstalled zonealarm. Thats when it started.
Can anyone tell me which program this file may belong to .
Or if this is a file that windows 98se needs.
I need to know if this file is one of 98's updates.
If so where would I get this file.
If its not needed, how do I get rid of this error message.
I thinks I need to know which program or if it belongs to the operating system. If it belongs to one of the programs, which ini file or sys file do I remove to get rid of the message.

Hope I didnt say to much.
Question by:bobfrancis
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Which version of ZoneAlarm do you have?  The free version 2.6, version 3.x, the pro version, or what?  Perhaps you would benefit from these FAQs at the ZoneAlarm website:


The page above is for version 2.6, but there are pages for other versions also.

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thanks,,  that was easy and fix the problem..

later and have a great one
bob francis

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