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NVIDIA Network Access Manager problem

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#1 aNamelessHenchman


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Posted 15 August 2009 - 06:59 AM


I have just installed NVIDIA nforce ethernet driver 15.25 with Network Access Manager and my PC now has limited or no connectivity. I am running XPro.

I have tried almost everything to rectify - including: uninstalling all NVIDIA products in safe mode and removing all NVIDIA registry entries, Used spybot, ccleaner, CHKDSK in recovery console, forcing ip address, reseting tcp/ip stacks, reseting winsock, system restore.

Network Access Manager contains a hidden firewall that is blocking DHCP connections and setting TCP/IP to Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA). I cannot locate it exactly. I have deleted several instances of it in NVIDIA, program files and system32 folders even scoured the registry for it but it appears to live on and override any registry changes I make.

I have spent hours researching this and know a lot of people are having similar problems. I have had no luck with any fixes. Please help, I am thinking of a repair install, but don't want to.

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