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Nvidia driver problem

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#1 ozgun


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Posted 27 April 2009 - 09:01 AM

my system specs are:
MB: Striker 2 Extreme
CPU: Intel q6700
VGA: Zotac GTX 285
Ram: OCZ 2x2gb 1800mhz dual channel kit
HD: 2x seagate 250gb hard discs in dual boot XP and Vista

i have been using this system for few months and had only minor problems. Last day I could not boot into XP and got error messages about nvidia drivers. So i boot into Safe Mode and uninstalled all the nvidia software and drivers using driver sweep. I was then able to boot into XP and installed Norton 360 and made a full system search. it found only 14 files and repaired them. so i thought everything was okay and tried to installed the latest nforce motherboard driver but windows keeps saying there is a problem with "nvuninst.exe" and I should send report. I can't install or uninstall the drivers using nvidias setup but clean the files with driversweep. I don't have nforce and geforce driver installed on XP and it is soo slooww right now. However there is no problem in Vista.
Please help
thank you

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