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Vmm32.vxd problem on windows millennuim edition its saying load windows loader dont knoe it please help have no disc omputer given to me thanks

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Just go to start button goto run type regedit and press ctrl F and then type vmm32.vxd and press find and if the file that type is showed delete the vmm32.vxd and press F3 to search again the if you find another file like that again just delete it and its finished restart your computer.

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