How to install createu.vfd file

December 18, 2010 at 19:00:50
Specs: Windows XP
How to reinstall missing createu.vfd file

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#1
December 18, 2010 at 23:55:27
Are you sure the spelling is correct?

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#2
December 25, 2010 at 13:54:56
YES, THE SPELLING IS CORRECT. I CAN USE TECH-IN-A-BOX TO BACK UP
BUT CANNOT RESTORE THE COMPUTER BACK TO ORIGINAL FACTORY
SETUP (AS I HAVE IN THE PAST). WHEN I TRY A MESSAGE APPEARS
SAYING I CAN"T BECAUSE THE CREATEU.VFD FILE IS MISSING. I"VE TRIED
SEVERAL FILE RECOVERY PROGRAMS BUT NO LUCK THUS FAR.

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#3
December 25, 2010 at 16:31:51
Do you happen to know what program createu.vfd file belongs to? It's unusual to find a file name that doesn't show in Google (which is probabaly why Johnw queried the spelling).

I've never run in to "Tech-in-a-box" and wonder if it is part of that program.

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#4
December 25, 2010 at 16:55:19
The CREATRU.VFD file is a file of Tech-In-A-Box. It was installed in my Systemax
computer when I bought it via TigerDirect in 2005. It worked fine until a week or so
ago.I can use it very much like System Restore but cannot go back the Original
Factory Setup, which was the outstanding feature of the program. It's just GONE.

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#5
December 25, 2010 at 17:08:46
Which is right, createu.vfd or creatru.vfd ?

About the only chance you have is to try to unearth "Tech-in-a-box" (mentioned in Google) and see if they can get the file to you. Files can be replaced in the Windows system using a Live Linux CD but if it is something that is built into a special HD partition it could prove complicated. Whatever, this seems rather specific to your particular machine and setup, so getting back to the suppliers somehow might be the only viable way forward.

I think you will be lucky to stumble across anyone who knows about this on any general computer forum.

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