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robert.wiechert

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I have a friend who has a dell optiplex gx270 P4 processor 1GB RAM WinXP Nvidia GForce 6200. I boot the PC and get a box on the login screen saying: Windows System Error: A Duplicate Name Exists On The Network. I'm not sure how to get rid of this error message. After the PC boots into Windows a balloon notification pops up indicating that the SLI multi GPU rendering has been disabled, and saying that the GPU in running independent. I have searched on Nvidia's website, but nothing comes close to what I'm looking for. Can anyone help PLEASE?
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I did find a way to get rid of the Windows System Error, and I know that the Nvidia issue is beyond scope of support here. So I guess this can be closed.
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Not sure why you say it is beyond the scope of help here.
SLI multi GPU support disabled means there is no multi GPU's installed on the system and the software has not been enabled anyway.
Is there two GPU's installed in the system?
I see one in your initial post
Nvidia GForce 6200
Is there a second card installed?
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I still yet have to go finish that job. I'm not sure if it had 2 GPU's. I don't think it does, these people don't add anything to there system's but RAM. Now I have tried to enable it through the software, but there is nowhere to enable it. I guess it will go away if they were to install another Nvidia GForce 6200 card to use full functionality of the SLI.
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