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unable to load srvice vectors

unable to load srvice vectors

unable to load srvice vectors

when i shutdown my machine just at the point of powering down i get the message "error unable to load service vectors hit any key to continue" when i hit a key it shutsdown. but how do i load the service vectors ? to rid myself of this problem ?

RE: unable to load srvice vectors

This is actually not a sidekick issue but check this thread and good luck & tell anyone you know who uses Sidekick we are here:
Posted by June Switzer on April 23, 2001 at 20:07:08:
In Reply to: Re: service vectors posted by FriZoN on March 15, 2001 at 12:49:53:
Awhile back I had this same window popping up every time windows was shutting down.A kind person sent me this solution and it worked for me:
I use Win98SE2 and went to Start/ Run/ Type in   msconfig/OK/click Selective Startup/ uncheck  Process Autoexec.bat and Process config system/OK/Restart.
Also in the Dell Knowledge Base suggests that if you do not have any older SB16  Emulation in MS-Dos software( such as a game)then SB16Emulation in Device Manager can be disabled. This advice is for those who have SoundBlasterLive Value Sound Card on their system.

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