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kelly322

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I have repaired my computer however I am getting the NvQTwK error at start up. I have tried to download the upgrade but am having problems. Also, I ran PC Mighty Max and it found several problems. Are there any services that will repair these problems for free?
Thanks for the help!!!
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hey there,

well cant say for sure what the problem ur facing is for exact untill i get more details about the error! and did u install or uninstall anyhing just before this prb occured?

as far as i know the file referred to here is related with the Nvidia drivers!

the problem can be casued by a spyware or something, but lets not jump into conclusions shall we, so first try and updating your video card driver from nvidia.com

if that dosent work then get the following

HijackThis 1.99
Ad-aware SE 1.05
Spybot S&D

Ad-aware SE & Spybot SE
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These are simple softwares, just update them to the latest defenitions and run the scan, fix all problems!
also run regular scans!

HijackThis
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Its just a single .exe file, keep it in a folder on your desktop for easy access!
run it to save a log file. u will find a log file in the folder where the .exe file is.
post its contents to to the Malware Removal forum under the Internet section here.
u will get instructions there. dont try anything unless u know what u r doing.

hope i have been helpful. inform me wht the result is! :tazz:
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gerryf

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You could also try reinstalling the drivers

http://www.nvidia.co...ers/drivers.asp
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Thanks for the advice. I tried to download the link but it said that it could not find the program and set up would exit.

Also I deleted some of the registry keys and am having other problems. I bought registry fix and cannot get that application to work.

I have downloaded ad-aware 6.0 and run it several times.

thanks
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I tried to download the link but it said that it could not find the program and set up would exit.

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You tried to download the link? Or you went to the link? The page requires you to select your file from one of many, so you can not download the link.
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I went to the link and tried to download from there. What do I need to download?
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select GRAPHICS DRIVER in box 1
Geforce and tnt in box two
windows xp in box three
hit GO
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That's the one I tried :tazz:
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http://www.nvidia.co...p_2k_71.89.html
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gerryf

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you tried the primary and all three mirrors? (this is the page the go button takes you to)
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kelly322

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It says that it can't find compatible driver and exits.
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did you change videocards?
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I just went through all of the links and none of them worked. Same error.
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did you change videocards?

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no I haven't changed videocards
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