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An exception occurred C \WINDOWS\system32\NvMcTray.dll


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I turned my computer and everything loaded up as usual, went to my user name, it loaded my settings and this popped out
An exception occurred while trying to run C:\WINDOWS\system32\NvMcTray.dll,NvTaskbarInit
I tried with the other user names, I tried installing Windows XP again but got the same pop up. How can I fix this, I cant use any software on the computer and I had a lot of pictures in the HDD that I dont want to loose. Please help, what can be the problem?

Edited by Echo_01, 25 June 2005 - 01:15 PM.

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Well first you need to know what it is...

What is it?
Nvidia Media Center Tray - NvMcTray.dll

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It seems that you might have corrupted video drivers. Or it could be some form of malware that has corrupted that file. As for installing XP, how did you do it?
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thanks for the reply, I hit DEL before it loaded Windows, set up the BIOS to boot from CDROM, reinstalled windows(30+ minutes) and rebooted again. It asked me if I wanted to repair hit R, tried that but couldn't figure out how to do it so reinstalled the windows, I did this 3 or 4 times with the same result.
Any suggestions?? A week ago I noticed that the morpheus was on, found a whole bunch of new crap software(free poker and stuff) removed morpheus from the control panel.
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That might be the key to this delima. How did you get rid of it? Cause a simple delete doesn't always work.

As for the windows installing, if you just re-install, not repair but re-install, it keeps files existing on your HD it just re-installs all windows components. If anything try that, if that doesn't work then it could be Morpheus still on your pc...but let's pray for the better. :tazz:
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when I try to repair it asks
Which Windows installation would you like to log onto(press enter to cancel)?
what do I do next?
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As for the windows installing, if you just re-install, not repair but re-install, it keeps files existing on your HD it just re-installs all windows components.


Like I said earlier don't repair, re-install. :tazz:
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As The Operator has said a repair doesn't erase any of the programs and files on your computer. I would suggest trying to reinstall your Nvidia drivers.
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I've tried resintalling a couple of times, and I get the same message, I have the video card cd, how can I reinstall the files to the windows system32?
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