Help - Registry Problem

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by JWM, Nov 16, 2006.

  1. JWM

    JWM Guest

    I'm running Windows 98 SE on a desktop. My printer died, and I installed a
    new one. Then I removed the software for the old one. Everything is working
    fine wioth the new printer. But each time I boot up the computer, it stops
    part way through and tells me that the registry has a problem with the
    following remaining file in system.ini : brmemory.vdx
    How do I get rid of that file? I'm no techie, and I don't like to go into
    the program files or registry. Any suggestions, anyone?

    JWM
     
    JWM, Nov 16, 2006
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    Alan Edwards Guest

    This is not a Windows Update problem.
    You should post to a more relevant newsgroup like
    news://msnews.microsoft.com/microsoft.public.win98.gen_discussion but
    I am afraid the answer is likely to be the same. You should remove the
    line concerning that file from your old Brother printer from the
    Registry.

    ....Alan
     
    Alan Edwards, Nov 16, 2006
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    Alan Edwards Guest

    An afterthought....
    Before you start in the Registry, you might try the easier option
    first and look in System.ini. in case Brother did it that way.

    (Start-Run-Sysedit and open System.ini)
    Look for a section:
    [386Enh]

    If the line below is there, delete that line:
    device=brmemory.vxd

    ....Alan
     
    Alan Edwards, Nov 16, 2006
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    jolin

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    Actually, recently I've found another way to speed up my poor PC, the software "tuneup360". It’s very easy to handle and of course very powerful, my friends and I all use it now, maybe you can have a try.
    :)
     
    jolin, Dec 28, 2010
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