Fatal Exception Error Is Displayed in the Vredir.vxd File on Windows 95 and Windows 98 Client Computers

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SYMPTOMS

In Windows 95 or Windows 98, when you attempt to access a shared CD-RW disc over the network, you receive a fatal exception message in the Vredir.vxd file. Occasionally, you may be able to successfully access the share, but you may receive a fatal exception error message shortly after you gain access.

CAUSE

This behavior can occur because Adaptec DirectCD versions 2.0, 2.0a/s, 2.5a, and 2.5d, that are often bundled with the HP CD-Writer, write volume labels in Microsoft Windows NT in such a way that Windows 95-based and Windows 98-based client computers cannot read them properly. This error does not occur with Windows NT clients.

This behavior has not been reproduced with commercial CD-ROMs or with closed CD-R discs.

RESOLUTION

This behavior has been resolved in Adaptec DirectCD version 3.0 and later.

MORE INFORMATION

The third-party products that are discussed in this article are manufactured by companies that are independent of Microsoft. Microsoft makes no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding the performance or reliability of these products.

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Article ID: 261927 - Last Review: January 27, 2007 - Revision: 1.3
APPLIES TO
  • Microsoft Windows 95
  • Microsoft Windows 98 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition
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