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I downloaded an update on my NVIDIA driver. Received in return the following error message that pops up at various intervals:

0x7c9100e8 error referenced memory at "0x00000010". The memory could not be "read"

I tried to wipe the NVIDIA drivers using Driver Sweeper. Then reloaded the NVIDIA driver setup. No change, still get the same error message.

help?
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thank you. But this is also the standard reply for this type of problem on any number of websites where people have reported similar errors. It links to a website where you ultimately have to buy a registry cleaner called Reg Cure. I understand that the issue may be a problem with the registry. I used CCleaner as a free registry cleaner before I posted my problem. The problem remains. I would rather not pay for a registry cleaner particularly since I cannot see that RegCure has been subject to rigorous testing and proven to be that much better than the many good free registry fixers. Assuming that the problem is with the registry and that a good free cleaner cannot address it, any ideas on what I should do next? I've also tried removing Nvidia drivers and reinstalling with no help.

The problem remains, it affects some things, particularly internet connection, but not always and not so badly.
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