- Directory: EXE
- Company: N/A
- Product: Virtual FD
- Version: 18.104.22.168
- Path: C:\Windows\system32\
- Size: 80KB
- Platform: XP/Vista/Win7/win8/windows10
- Count: 148
- time: 2008/Nov/Fri
- Description: Virtual FD control console utility
VFD command [options]
INSTALL [driver path] [/AUTO]
Installs the Virtual FD driver.
REMOVE Uninstalls the Virtual FD driver.
START Starts the Virtual FD driver.
STOP Stops the Virtual FD driver.
MOUNT [image file] [/L:drive letter] [/RO | /720 | /144 | /288]
Mounts a floppy image to the virtual drive.
UMOUNT Unmounts the currently mounted floppy image.
STAT Displays the current driver status.
Displays the VFD usage help.
All commands and options are case insensitive.
Administrator rights are required for install/remove commands.
Power User rights are required for start/stop commands.
Other operations can be performed by a regular User.
Step1: Download the vfd.exe error Repair Tool.
Step2: Click "Save File" and follow the on-screen instructions to install the program.
Step3: Click "Click to Start Scan" to scan over your computer.
Step4: Click the "Fix DLL Errors" button to fix file error and speed up computer.
Step5: Click "File Repair" button to enter the file name in the text box, then click on the download button, copy the downloaded file to the program directory.
If that doesn't work, you will have to extract vfd.exe to your system directory. By default, this is:
C:\Windows\System32 (Windows XP, Vista, 7,8 and 10)
If you use a 64-bit version of Windows, you should also place vfd.exe in C:\Windows\SysWOW64\
Make sure overwrite any existing files_old (but make a backup copy of the original file).
Reboot your computer.
If the problem still occurs, try the following:
Open Windows Start menu and select "Run...".
Type CMD and press Enter.
Type regsvr32 vfd.exe and press Enter.
Once the program have been uninstall from Add or Remove Programs, you should also follow the steps to totally remove its associate files_old from the computer.
Step One: Double click to run My Computer, click Tools menu, go to Folder Options, and then open the View tab.
Step Two: Make sure to select the Show hidden files_old and folders options.
Step Three: Make sure not to select the options for the Hide file extensions for known file types and Hide Protected Operating System files_old (Recommended)options.
Step Four: Click OK to confirm the modification.
Step Five: Go to My Computer, utilize Search utility to search for the associated files_old of the program, and then remove them.
Step Six: Go back to the Windows Desktop, and then type regedit.exe on to the Run box to run Registry Editor.
Step Seven: Find out the associated registry components of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE and HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software.
For Windows 7 user:
Step One: Click Start, go to Control Panel, and then click Programs, select Programs and Features.
Step Two: Select the associated program and then click
Uninstall. Follow the uninstall wizard to remove the program.
Step Three: Go back to the Windows Desktop, click Start, and then go to Control Panel.
Step Four: Click Appearance and Personalization, go to Folder Options. Go to View.
Step Five: From Advanced options, locate and select Hidden files_old and folders.
Step Six: Select Show hidden files, folders, and drives radio button under the Hidden files_old and folders list.
Step Seven: Click OK to confirm the modification.
Step Eight: Go to My Computer, utilize Search utility to search for the associated files_old of the program, and then remove them.
Step Nine: Go back to the Windows Desktop, and then type regedit.exe on to the Run box to run Registry Editor.
Step Ten: Find out the associated registry components of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE and HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software.