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Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce FX 5600


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wc4now

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Hi

I installed a NVIDIA Geforce FX 5600 video card and everything seems to be working just fine. So why write, you might ask? Well since the installation, every time the computer is started and gets to the desktop, the attached error message appears. When the error message is closed, the screen goes black for less than a second and then everything is fine. Its annoying!! :whistling:

The computer runs Windows XP with Service Pack 2. It has an Intel P4 chip. Need more info just ask. :blink:

Anything you can advise would be appreciated. Thanks
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mpfeif101

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Hi there :blink:

I think you forgot to attach the error message :whistling:
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I tried uploading the document again.

Geeks to Go says:

" The total filespace required to upload all the attached files is greater than your per post or global limit. Please reduce the number of attachments or the size of the attachments."

The attachment is a WP Doc of 580 KB. I'm confused. :whistling:

I really wanted to show you a pic of the error message. :help:

What it says is:

Keyhook.exe - Unable to locate component
This application has failed to start because SISBase.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem.

What's next? :blink:
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Go to Start -> Run, and type msconfig.

Click the far tab on the right that says Startup.

Look for Keyhook.exe and uncheck it.

Allow the computer to be restarted.
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Thanks a perfect solution.

You're great!! :whistling:
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