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By cveirs7546 ·
I keep getting an error message unable to load ndsi.vxd and ntkern.vxd / I have an old 486 333mh processer with windows98 trying to use my usb to transfer files to my new computer with a anthlon processer windows ME / In my old computer the control pannel sys shows that device isn't working. I have tried everything but can't get it to work. Even trying to reinstall windows98. Please help if you can. Thanks Charles Veirs

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by Lo In reply to NTKERN.VXD

Question - Did the HD in the system at one time have Win NT (Win 2k?) on it at one time?

If yes, then you still have boot files there that are trying to activate. Should only happen with Win NT if the partition is FAT, Win 2k may work with FAT32(not sure). Look on your C: parition for BOOT*.* files that are hidden. The NTKERN.VXD looks like a Win NT or some such file (couldn't find either on y Win NT v4.0 SP5 system). Can't get to my Win 98, dead monitor).

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by cveirs7546 In reply to NTKERN.VXD

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by wchovan In reply to NTKERN.VXD

I dont think I have ever seen a 486 board with usb, do you have a add on usb card?

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by tlippert In reply to NTKERN.VXD

NTKERN.VXD is one of the device drivers for usb. Try unistalling and reinstalling the USB. The problem with this is that NTKERN is probably not the problem. It is most likely a third party driver.

Go to device manager and try to reinstall the drivers for the usb or remove them and reboot.

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