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How to Fix CD-ROM Redirector Error

Mscdexnt is a CD-ROM redirector that allows the CD-ROM to access from MS-DOS. This exe command is an external command which is available in Windows 95, Windows ME, Windows XP, all versions of MS-DOS, Windows 98, Windows NT and Windows 2000. Microsoft MS-DOS CD-ROM or "MSCDEX" extensions is a software program designed by Microsoft and include MS-DOX.

This is an executable driver which enables DOS programs to recognize, read, control CD-ROMs utilizing the ISO 9660 file system. It requires loading the right CD-ROM driver, normally from "CONFIG.SYS". This exe file can specify the name of the driver and the number of sector buffers to accumulate the path table of a CD-ROM disk. The exe file can be utilized to expand memory and shows information on memory usage each time you boot your PC. It can indicate the letter you want to assign in the first CD-ROM drive.

It is also one of the core system files. If this file has an error, your computer may experience a lot of problems, such as Blue Screen of Death or BSOD crashes. The causes vary, but normally the error occurs due to a virus. The file can be easily infected by Trojan which can be downloaded if you purchase it from unknown sources.

Error Messages

The most common error messages associated with mscdexnt.exe problems are as follows:

"Cannot find MSCDEXNT.EXE."
"not a valid Win32 application." or "Application Error."
"... has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience."
"failed.""Error starting program"
"file not found or is not running."
"Faulting Application Path: MSCDEXNT.EXE."
"has stopped working or parameters error

These exe error messages may pop up during program installation, while the associated software program is running, during Windows startup or shutdown, or during the installation of the Windows OS. It is important that you take note of the error message, to help you during troubleshooting.

Causes of Errors

The mscdexnt.exe virus is one of the common causes of errors. If you find the file located in the "C:\DOCUME~1\roger\LOCALS~1\Temp\" folder, definitely it is a virus. And if you are cautious and knowledgeable enough, you may check at the registry and look for a value "C:\Users\Reva\AppData\Local\Temp\mscdexnt.exe" in the Run key.

When you look this up online, you would notice that some people say that this type of file is a CD-ROM redirector that lets CD-ROM access from the Microsoft application and the MS-DOS. Some say it is a type of the lunii Trojan. There are two old threads found associated to this file. Since it is an exe file, it is a favorite target of malware.

Exes are executable files of different commands for processor performance that launches different programs and changes setup applets. Part of the executable files are those with extensions like.com,.bin,.bat, and.exe. While operating in the MS DOS environment, these files can be accessed by opening a program folder, in the Command Line Interface write the name of the file you want to access and press enter. Clicking the file twice while in windows is enough. Since this file is used to open programs, they may have malicious codes, so you need to execute them only if you trust the source and you are sure the files are safe.

A corrupt or unstable system registry entries of system files are one of the common causes of system problem. This should be repaired right away to prevent further damage to your data, hardware and applications. A spyware or Trojan may take the name of this executable file and get registered, which will result to damage to your computer's software system.


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