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VirtualDeviceDrivers error


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noob11

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hi

I am having this error:

SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\VirtualDeviceDrivers. VDD. Virtual Device Driver format in the registry is invalid. Choose 'Close' to terminate the application.

I've done some research and found this site
http://support.micro...kb;en-us;314452

so i tried to follow instruction
but Im stuck at step 2-3.
I cant seem to delete the default value there.

I can make a new Multi-string Value (which is step 4)
and rename it to VDD (Step 5)
but that does not solve the error..

I have also done the restoring Command.com file
but still I cant delete the the value in VirtualDeviceDriver..
and the error is still there..

please help me...
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so i tried to follow instruction
but Im stuck at step 2-3.
I cant seem to delete the default value there.


Boot into safe mode and try those instructions (#2 and 3)
http://www.computerh...sues/chsafe.htm
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ok, I've tried doing that,
and I still cant delete the default value..
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ok now I think its fixed..

this is what Ive done (I dont know how I fixed it though its one of these)

1. Ive uninstall all of my anti-viruses except AVG
2. install again Spyware terminator to protect my computer.
3. done a scan. fixed some problem
4. reboot

and then the error was just gone!
huahahahaha

thank you very much for replying.
I appreciate it.
Ill come back here when I got a new virus!
hahahahaaaa
Im so happy ^___^
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Good Job then! :)

Come back to G2G if you have anymore problems. This is resolved.
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