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SLI warning on NVIDIA control panel start

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by chris.jaques, Jan 18, 2007.

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  1. chris.jaques

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    I have fitted a new Geforce 6200 chipped graphics card to my PC's AGP. I have the a extended Desktop setup with one monitor on the DVI socket and the other on the VGA socket. Everything works fine but I do get a warning when the NVIDIA control panel starts that I have removed a graphics card and therefore SLI has been disabled. I was of the understanding that SLI only worked with a PCI express set up. I have looked in the control panel options and desktop manager and cannot find a way to turn this warning off.

    Two questions then. Can the warning be disabled or failing that can the control panel be disabled as I don't really need it.

    Thanks for any advice..
     
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    Many Thanks. Loading the new drivers appears to have solved the problem.
     
  4. Jones

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    No problem. Cheers!
     
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    If you wanted to stop the control panel from loading at startup click on start->run->msconfig

    Select the 'startup' tab. Uncheck 'NvCpl'.

    Just an FYI.
     
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