Recently my computer's registry went all funkdafied, and a friend helped me reinstall Windows completely to reset the registry. This solved a lot of problems, but thanks to the sad fact that I own a Compaq, it started plenty of other problems.
I found this topic, below, that described my problem in the first post.
My problem is thus:
When my computer boots up, it comes up with an error message during startup which tells me that I'm missing several files: vnetsetup.vxd, vredir.vxd, and dfs.vxd. At the end of this error message, the computer freezes. I was getting this error message earlier, but my computer didn't freeze until several reboots later (isn't that always the way ). When I was able to boot successfully, another error message would come up, telling me that msnp32.dll is missing.
It seems the person with the problem in the above topic had already figured out what to do. If anyone knows how to fix this, I'd greatly appreciate instructions.
OR, I'd be quite happy with just getting those files, if someone is able to supply them. I can't seem to find anywhere to download them on the net.