ieikeyb.vxd boot error

Posted on 2004-04-15
Last Modified: 2013-12-28
when booting system the file ieikeb.vxd is reported missing and is still linked to in system.ini
i tried looking through the sys ini but did not find refrence to this
any ideas?
Question by:NWCS
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blue_zee earned 125 total points
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Try a registry search:

Start > Run > Type REGEDIT and press enter.

Ctrl+F and search...

Didn't find any reference to it, so it's suspicious.


Author Comment

ID: 10835170
Good thinking. there was a single regristry entry that is now removed.!
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Thank you!


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