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Driver Issue.....CPU won't boot 'system32\DRIVERS\nv

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Missing or Corrupt: system32\DRIVERS\nvgts.sys

On load up. I am quite sure I have some Driver Update issue more than likely but I have no idea how to fix them other than Windows drivers. I went to NVIDIA website (yesterday) and had them scan my computer for updates and I downloaded the updated version for the only driver they found. I shut down my computer last night, only to wake up this morning to this issue. What is the problem and do you have any suggestions on how to properly update my drivers so I won't have those issues anymore. Thanks
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If your PC is a well-known brand (HP, Compaq, Acer, Packard Bell etc) you should always go to their website for the correct drivers if it's for anything on the motherboard like integrated sound or graphics, or the motherboard chipset driver. Why? - because those PC manufacturers fit custom-made hardware and only they have the custom-made drivers to match the hardware. Drivers from elsewhere may not be compatible.

Edited by phillipcorcoran, 05 January 2011 - 02:32 PM.

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