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NvQTwK error


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demirkol

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i get a error at start up and it says this:
error loading NvQTwk
the specified module could not be found.
before this i changed my graphics card and i installed the drivers for it so why is this coming up for?
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Did you switch from a Nvidia to another?
If so, make sure that the previous Nvidia drivers are uninstalled.

I think that my be your problem, but it's just a guess.
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nope i went froma geforce 2 to a geforce 4
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Download the latest nvidia drivers, then download the following
http://www.drivercleaner.net/

Now reboot into safe mode.

Use add/remove to uninstall nvidia drivers for your video card (not system drivers), then use the above tool to remove what remains of the DRIVERS.

Reboot.

Install new nvidia drivers
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