|Posted on Wednesday, January 5, 2000 - 1:30 am: |
I have a VXD(virtual device driver) file that is corrupted. I searched the registry and system.ini files for some info. in this driver. Found nothing. My question is, how can I find out what program or device uses this driver?
|Posted on Wednesday, January 5, 2000 - 2:06 am: |
Start by telling us what the file is and why you feel it is corrupted and what havoc it creates and when. Otherwise...welcome to Windows.
|Posted on Thursday, January 13, 2000 - 10:58 pm: |
c:\windows\system\aspienum.vxd is the file. Don't know what uses it. Don't know how to find out what uses it. During boot up process, the PC stops and posts a message. Something along the lines of system.ini refers to a device with a corrupted vxd file. PC works fine. Just get that annoying message every time I boot up. Tried reloading Windows, and most of my hardware. No help, of course. I could just format c: and start all over again.