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By javadghanati ·
can someone help me please, any time I turn on my computer i get writen blank screen with this file vnetsup.vxd. how can i get rid off it .
javadghanati@hotmail.com

thank you very much

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by Pinoy_Teknik In reply to error message

Try to reinstall the NETWORK CARD DRIVER, or remove it to device manager then boot....

Now. Windows may detect that hardware so install it in a proper way.....

I think this error is done when you install the driver in wrong way...like cancelling the wizard on its midle....


Hope this so...

Pinoy_Teknik

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by javadghanati In reply to error message

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by qballrail In reply to error message

I've noticed that error on a W9x custom setup if you elect to not install certain drivers. Perhaps a dirty install over your existing install may work. But do that after removing and reinstalling your network (NIC) adapter drivers.

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by javadghanati In reply to error message

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by Gigelul In reply to error message

Or run regedit\find\vnetsup.vxd and delete these entry. Make a registry backup/save before proceed.

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by William Jay In reply to error message

All the answers so far identify the culprit, Improperly Installed Network Interface Card, (and DUN acts as a NIC too).

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by Dennis2841 In reply to error message

I believe that vnetsup.vxd is a virtual device driver for Netbios.......
Go to the control panel, double click network.....
Remove NetBeui or NetBios if it is there and then reinstall it.....

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