I am not sure what it says EXACTLY but it says something about vnetbios.vxd
Okay, I have 512 MB of RAM while booting 98, an IDE drive (20 GB),an ASUS A8N-SLI mobo, AMD Anthlon 64 X2 4200+ (939), and BFG GeForce 7800 GT OC.
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If you create a Windows 98 Bootdisk you could start the computer in Command Prompt with CD-ROM suopport and copy the contents of the Windows 98 setup CD to your hard drive. Then, when you try to remove the components you can direct Windows to the folder with the files.
Edited by Comrade General, 13 August 2006 - 12:25 PM.
Hi Comrade General...
The files you are missing are a part of Internet Explorer. Have you tried running a repair on IE?
Open Control Panel and double click "Add/Remove Programs". Select Internet Explorer from the list of applications and click "Remove". A dialog window will open...select "Repair Internet Explorer" and click "Ok". You may be asked for the installation cd for this if it needs to extract any files.
What version of IE do you currently have installed?
Edited by wannabe1, 13 August 2006 - 02:01 PM.
Probably version 5 then.
Let's see if we can get you booting to Normal mode and go from there. From Safe Mode, click Start, then Run, type msconfig and click "Ok". Under the "General" tab. put a tick in the button next to "Selective Startup" and remove the tick next to "Load Startup Items". "Apply" the changes and reboot.
See if the machine will boot to Normal Mode. You will receive a dialog box upon restarting...just click "Ok" for the moment...we'll get rid of that later.
Edited by Comrade General, 13 August 2006 - 03:18 PM.
Are you running onboard video or a video card? It really sounds like a video card problem...probably bad drivers.
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