Error Report - 16 bit Windows Subsystem

  The Other Guy 22:27 28 Jul 04

Everytime I try to run one of the 16-bit programs on my hard drive within XP Pro I get an error message "16-bit Windows Subsystem" system\CurrentControlSet\Control\VirtualDeviceDrivers.VDD Virtual Device Driver format in the registry is invalid. Choose "close" to terminate the application. I can choose "ignore" and the program will run perectly.
On checking the registry settings, the drivers were set to "default".
I have recently uninstalled a trial of Norton Antivirus and Norton Firewall and believe there are still symantec settings active but can't find them. I am now using McAffee along with the inbuilt XP firewall.

  bretsky 00:21 29 Jul 04

Go to click here;en-us;324767 or click here

These may point you in the right direction.

bretsky ;0)

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