I downloaded drivers from Nvidia and they were incorrect or corrupt. Anyway I reinstalled the original drivers that came with the video card. Now I get the error on startup. I used the online virus checker....no virus'. I d/l the spybot and got everything fixed that it could fix. I d/l the startup list prog. and the RUNDLL file (that causes the error) is there. How do I correct this error from displaying every startup? I don't know the procedure for completely removing old drivers, so the new one can be installed. I've included the startup list so you can see where the RUNDLL looks for the NvCpl.dll/NvStartup. Can I just change the line to read NvCpl.dll without NvStartup?....Anyway, any and all help is greatly appretiated.
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