|It's configmg not configgm. You may want to google the correct spelling for additional help. Also check the vmm32.vxd discussion here:|
Note that in the event your vmm32.vxd is corrupted you can usually use a copy from another 98 machine. You'll want the same version--FE or SE. But don't do that yet.
First try a registry restore. At the c:\> prompt type scanreg/restore and enter. Choose to restore a registry from before you had the problem. When it's done, reboot and see what happens.
If that doesn't do it and you suspect the problem is with vmm32.vxd you can manually add the files (the ones it lists) to the windows\system\vmm32 folder. The files are probably located in the windows and/or windows\system folder and you can copy them using the dos COPY command.
If you can't find them I can probably email them. If so, send me a private message with you email address, the list of files and your 98 version. If you don't know your version, type ver and enter at the c:\> prompt and post back what it says. You have to boot from the hard drive and not a bootdisk or it'll give the version on the bootdisk which may not be the version on your hard drive.