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By blech100 ·
Inspiron 3200- tried suggestions given,but
these message: vnetsup.vnetbios.vxd,dfs.vxd,still appear. I want to get rid of them I have no online services currently on my system, since I removed them all. What am I missing?

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by mphoffar In reply to Messages at logon

Yhe files you named deal with the contents of the network properties. Just reloading all fof the components in there (from the cabs and noting pointing the prompts to c:\windows\) should take care of this for you.

Good luck to you

Mark

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by dmiles In reply to Messages at logon

Try to Restore the registry
In DOS mode type
scanreg /restore
reboot the computer,at command prompt type
scanreg /fix
If you have a system startup disk,insert the disk and boot,run without cd-rom and reboot computer

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by kmerrillt In reply to Messages at logon

Sounds like you're logging on with Client for Microsoft. Why not change logon to Windows logon?

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by chris hirst In reply to Messages at logon

Noting from your e-mail address (@aol.com) I am assuming that you have just upgraded to a newer version of aol and this is a common problem I find. the solution is to remove all earlier versions of aol. Then remove the dial up adaptor(s) in network properties.
Also remove any other networking entries you are not using. Reboot your machine. Then install your latest version this should put the network drivers back in correctly.
if that fail to resolve it then remove the dial up adaptors again and edit the registry to remove all references to the files prior to re-installing aol

Hope this helps

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by smann In reply to Messages at logon

I have seen these types of messages related to adding or removing browsers more with netscape. They are usually asscoiated with network properties or dialup adapter. Since you have no isp setup I would remove all under network neighborhood properties( Dialup adapter tcpip etc.

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