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Error in vxd using dvd shrink and sometimes dvd decryptor

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by walmartca, Dec 19, 2004.

  1. walmartca

    walmartca Member

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    Me and a friend of mine both have this same error popping up on our computers
    We both have windows 98
    i got 128 megs of ram and a amd duron
    ive been able to burn and rip alot but the odd time
    i get this error
    error in vxd 0028: c14eofdd
    its always an error in vxd
    can someone help me out so i dont see this any more?
    it happens mainly in shrink for me when its compressing the video and for my friend when hes burning using decryptor..
    the only other burning program i have on my computer is stomp record now max but my friend has nero on his as well...
    any advice would be thankfull!
     
  2. walmartca

    walmartca Member

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    can anyone help me?
    i dont know if its the asip drivers or what makes an error in vxd or what vxd is?
    anyone?
    please and thanks
     
  3. xinixxx

    xinixxx Guest

    vxd called virtual device driver for win

    u said ur os is 98 and lotsa problems being issued in internet bout Nero 6.6 conflicted with Win Me and I think it may be as the same issue as urs

    try this link: http://www.network-drivers.com/drivers/115/115908.htm

    to see if any help
    but the ultimate solution is upgrade that outdated OS or replace it with Linux.

    peace
     
  4. walmartca

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    will this driver patch work for me though?
     
  5. pulsar

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    Win '98 is probably the most unstable OS. Can you not upgrade to XP Pro?
     

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