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#1 dpb510


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Posted 04 June 2005 - 01:54 PM

Hey! Upon booting my pc this am. I received this error loading message......C:\WINNT\System32\NvMCTray.dll The specific module couldn't be found.
I use the recommened spy/adware, virus, firewall, with all newest updates, including windows.
O/S 2000 Pro. Any ideas? Thanks for your time :thumbsup: ........dpb........

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Posted 04 June 2005 - 05:19 PM

You can get NvMCTray.dll here:
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Posted 04 June 2005 - 06:50 PM

Our Startup Database says that file is associated with the NVidia Media Center and makes the icon appear. If you go into the Display Properties you can likely disable the icon and the error should stop.

Go to Start>Run and type in msconfig. Under the Startup tab have a look for NVidia programs that are starting when you boot. You can disable those and reboot to see if you notice any change. Reenable if you prefer.

That may also disable some features of the Video Adapter.

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Posted 05 June 2005 - 01:20 PM

Hey and thanks so much for the quick reply and help. :thumbsup:
I used msconfig and disabled NVidia at start up, with no more error message. :flowers:
I just recently replaced my NVidia card with a new ATI, and had removed the NVidia files. Duh! Didn't make the connection til I read it. Again thanks......dpb.......

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