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Driver and module missing at boot-up

By MsJazz ·
When I boot my computer, it doesn't display the desktop right away. I am able to start and run the computer, but it says I am missing certain Windows components. I have to continue by pressing any key. After I do so 3 times, I get the following error messages (paraphrasing the essence of them)---
1. The following driver is missing from your computer---msnp32.dll
2. Unable to load the enable32.vxd module.
I included a description of my computer in a former message.

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by leeicr In reply to Driver and module missing ...

I missed what version of Windows you have, but that msnp32.dll error will be fixed if you remove the "client for microsoft networks" service from your network control panel applet, then re-add it.

Sorry but I have not heard of the "enable32.vxd"
Lee

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by Ann777 In reply to Driver and module missing ...

enable.vxd is from Microsoft as well. It's part of the "Accessibility Options"... here's an article on how to resolve the error with it:

support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;165454

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by Ann777 In reply to Driver and module missing ...

enable32.vxd is part of the newer OSes Accessibility features. You should be able to re-enable it as per the above article as well.

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