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fitzgerald

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can some one help.(i have more than one problem but we'll start at the beginning!!!)
when i try to use the COMMAND option from "start run" iget the following error-
C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\COMMAND.COM
SYSTEM\CURRENTCONTROLSET\CONTROL\VIRTUALDEVICEDRIVERS
VIRTUAL DEVICE DRIVER FORMAT IN THE REGISTRY IS INVALID.CHOOSE CLOSE TO TERMINATE THE APPLICATION.

i have tried the microsoft web site and mcafee with no success.i would class myself as a novice but i know how to go into files etc.the more i try the more i think i'm mucking it up.help would be appreciated.

i'm running windows xp and have the AVG program running.
(i am new to forums so bear with me!)
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You may also be a candidate for this fix

http://www.geekstogo...cnt-t48310.html

courtesy of Starjax.
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appreciate the speedy response tyger.its working better than it was ,will keep you posted if thats ok.
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although i still get the command error pop up if i click ignore it works , so the problem seems to be solved.thanks for your help.
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