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By coolbreeze ·
When i logon I get the blue screen of death I press enter browser startsup here's what's said

Invalid VxD dynamic link call from vnb t (01) + 000d4aa to device "VTDI" , service E.
your Windows configuration is invalid. Run the Windows setrup programagain to correct this problem.
To continue running Windows press Y or Enter To quit the current program press N If you continue running Windows, your system may become unstable. Do you want to continue ?

I press Y and I continue.

I ran setup again the problem is still there
I have no problem with the windows os or the computer can someone help me sove this problem thank you

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by PhilAnderson In reply to IE5 Broswer

Sounds like you have a rough one on your hands.Listen close go into your set-up in BIOS (holddwn esc on strtup or f8)this will take yu into BIOS . check all setting become familiar with them. Sounds like you have unneccarray devices trying to link to yoru windows directory on stratup. all the help i got good luck.

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by christopher_brookover In reply to IE5 Broswer

The error message is appearing because the VTDI.386 file is in the Windows\System folder. The VTDI.386 file is essential for TCP/IP transmissions.

To resolve this behavior, follow these steps:
1. Click Start, point to Find, and then click Files Or Folders.
2. In the Named box, type "vtdi.386" (without quotation marks), and then click Find Now.
3. In the list of found files, right-click a Vtdi.386 file that is not in the Windows\System folder, and then click Rename.
4. Type a new name for the Vtdi.386 file (such as Vtdi.xxx), and then press ENTER.
5. Repeat steps 3-4 for each Vtdi.386 file that is not in the Windows\System folder.
6. Quit the Find tool, and then restart your computer. The file should recreate itself

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by jmollett In reply to IE5 Broswer

try this
uninstall IE 5
and thin reinstall the IE 5 from a different source if the source that is installing
the I.E. is your win 98 cd
thin order the cd from Microsoft it is like 6 $
you may have to go thru the reinstallation of win,
the files Vxd are win, drivers in the networking portions of the win operating sys.
if you have to reinstall win use the custom install
and do not install I.E.
after your install is complete and your networking is correct and working
install the I.E.
one other possibility that comes to mind is
that your networking is corrupt or becoming
corrupted my the install of I.E.
but the steps might fix it
1 uninstall I.E.
2 reinstall DUN,
3 reinstall I.E.
just incase the only things you need in your networking for windows to make a connection to the internet is
client for Microsoft networks
Dial up adapter
Tcp/ip
hope that I might have gotten close
Jerry M
B.S.I.S
tech support

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