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New graphics card driver problems?

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I recently changed my graphics card from a GeForce MX 420 to a GeForce 7600 gts. When I install the drivers for the new card, from the disk that came with it, I am asked to give the path for the file "nvsvc32.exe" from Nvidia Windows 2000/XP Driver Library Installation Disk 1. This file is nowhere on my computer, nor have I ever owned a disk such as that one. Does anybody know what I can do, as I am currently running the system without a graphics card, which is causing random freezes. Any help would be much appreciated.

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