To run Memtest86, leave the floppy in the drive and reboot. Can someone please help me! He didn't say it was going to save the world, he said if would fix certain things and it does.Xeno86, don't worry, he can be a bit tactless sometimes 0 Share In a… Windows OS Using Tools To Find What is Using Your Disk Space Article by: Lee Sometimes drives fill up and we don't know why.
All rights reserved. Thank you for posting your registry listing. Occasionally the error code could have more variables in Vcache.vxd formatting .This further number and letter code are the location of the storage regions in which the instructions are stored at If there are duplicate entries they can cause protection errors. https://groups.google.com/d/topic/alt.windows98/bCT_qGfHTw0
It’s the normal error message format utilized by Microsoft Windows and other Microsoft Windows compatible applications and driver manufacturers. There are 2 methods in which to resolve Vcache.vxd error code: Advanced Solution (advanced): 1) Start your computer and then log on as an administrator. 2) Click on the Get started There is a very good article about 98 memory problems: Windows 9x and lots of memory: Dotting the i's (unfortunately, it is in Russian, and no online translator was able to
After all the files are exhibited it reads "windows protection error- restart your computer". Thank Go to Solution 5 3 3 +2 5 Participants BillDL(5 comments) LVL 38 Windows OS20 nobus(3 comments) LVL 91 Windows OS29 Peirre(3 comments) dbrunton(2 comments) LVL 47 Windows OS14 blue_zee(2 Join Date Jul 1998 Location Newport News, VA Posts 11,168 Get into your sys.ini file and find the section with the header; [vcache] and add/change: maxfilecache=6144 reboot or Could be a http://www.opendll.com/index.php?file-download=vcache.vxd&arch=32bit&version=&dsc= This "cures" a lot of ills by resetting processes, flushing caches, refreshing memory, and reestablish network connections.
Here are the files that were inside my VMM32.VXD FILE [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CURRENTCONTROLSET\CONTROL\VMM32FILES] "vdd.vxd"=hex:00 "vflatd.vxd"=hex:00 "vshare.vxd"=hex:00 "vwin32.vxd"=hex:00 "vfbackup.vxd"=hex:00 "vcomm.vxd"=hex:00 "combuff.vxd"=hex:00 "vcd.vxd"=hex:00 "vpd.vxd"=hex:00 "spooler.vxd"=hex:00 "udf.vxd"=hex:00 "vfat.vxd"=hex:00 "vcache.vxd"=hex:00 "vcond.vxd"=hex:00 "vcdfsd.vxd"=hex:00 "int13.vxd"=hex:00 "vxdldr.vxd"=hex:00 "vdef.vxd"=hex:00 "dynapage.vxd"=hex:00 "configmg.vxd"=hex:00 dencorso good call, i hadn't followed the links!I'm wondering why you put 4096 as the minfilecache for all RAM variations? All rights reserved. The methods are explained here: http://www.easydesksoftware.com/news/news10.htm A good way to get a list of the *.vxd files that are packed into that single VMM32.VXD file is as follows, and perhaps you
Login. check these guys out These are some of the files that show up as missing. " \vmouse.VXD, \vfbackup.VXD, \vcom.VXD, \vfat.VXD, \vcache.VXD, \vcond.VXD, \vxdldr.VXD, \reboot.VXD, \dynapage.VXD and so on. Occasionally the error code could have more variables in Vcache.vxd formatting .This further number and letter code are the location of the storage regions in which the instructions are stored at So we can Fix it.
I've looked for the vcache.vxd file on that system and can't find one. File > Save As > Browse to boot floppy > Save as type (use drop-down list) "All Files (*.*)" 4. Boot into safe mode and delete everything you can under device manager. There are numerous events which can have resulted in file errors.
I feel I was doing it right, yet I was not seeing the blue screen as mentioned by BillDL nor did I get it to boot up automatically. Best wishes! To get 1158 MB I set MaxPhysPage to 48899 and this was the last possible setting before windows wouldn't load.Thanks for those kb article links I had heard that there was I appreciate everyones time and help.
Here's what i have so far, please feel free to suggest changes:RAM ... windows-fix-center.com Search file for: Recent Posts 0x00000057 Relay Acces Denied Windows Registry Win2000 Oraops9.dll: Outlook Express Oe Spdstrm.exe Error 605 Ie Errors Free Data Recovery Download 10054 Error System Restore Acces This is how video conferencing should work!
If you search for a *.vxd file, you often won't find it in a folder anywhere on your system because it is packed into that vmm32.vxd file, and this file can Thanks, Zee 0 Message Author Comment by:Peirre ID: 169460372006-06-20 Thanks for that info Blue zee, I attempted it about 3 times but the outcome was the same. Change ONLY the Drive Letter at the end of the line that says set CDROM=D: to the drive letter of your CD-Rom when booted to a Win98 floppy with CD-Rom Support It only affects default (automatic) value.Secondly, what kind of fix did you expect for this particular issue?
The Fix complete. *File size: 8.5MB Download time: <120 Secs When you have Vcache.vxd error then we strongly recommend that you run an error message scan. HTHEdit added some moments after the first post...Oops, sorry! Never be called into a meeting just to get it started again. What causes Vcache.vxd error code?
Try the dot com page instead, maybe the other is down for maintenance. The fix is available in english and polish translation.If there is demand, I can prepare files for other systems too.Please leave your feedback/comments on this fix.-Xeno86_________update 11.02.2008: added english translationvcache_fix.rar Edited February 11, There are 3 spaces that you have to make sure you add in that command, so I've shown these below as
Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 2 Go To Topic Listing Windows 9x Member Projects Recently Browsing 0 members No registered users viewing this page. Missing system data files can be a real risk to the health and wellbeing of any pc. Double-click on the file "install.bat" and it will ask you to enter the "target diskette " drive letter. Zee 0 LVL 38 Overall: Level 38 Windows OS 20 Message Active today Expert Comment by:BillDL ID: 169322542006-06-18 Hello Pierre.
www.memtest86.com is the site as per BillDL. 0 LVL 91 Overall: Level 91 Windows OS 29 Message Active today Expert Comment by:nobus ID: 169323552006-06-19 if you can boot to safe Use the left over ram for the RAM drive as has been suggested. An unfinished installation, an unfinished file erasure, bad deletion of applications or equipment. For me, it is useless to have more than 384MB of the cache, even 256 or 128 is too much; note that M$ notes in VCACHE articles that "setting vcache size
No image has been rendered. Type a name like GETVXD.BAT (make sure you include the dot bat at the end of the file name) Text to copy for GETVXD.BAT --------------------------------- @echo off set CDROM=D: set DEST=C:\Windows\System\VMM32