Recently when start-up on my laptop (4year old Dell Inspiron) I get a rundll error. It says "Error loading NvQTwk" and "the specified module could not be found" does anyone know what this means? And how to get rid of it? I recently updated the drivers for the graphics card, could this be what is causing it? Graphics is Nvidia Geforce 2 go.
VoG, I'm using Win Xp SP2, the error doesn't seem to cause any problems but it's annoying with it coming up every time I switch on my laptop which is several times a day! It would be useful to delete the command or whatever it is referring to. (Without having to buy a program like the one your link refers to that I won't ever use again!)
Sorry, I didn't mean it that way, about buying the program, it's just the way it came out when I typed it! Thanks, I will try and revert to the previous driver. If that doesnt work, how about removing the device as well and re-installing the drivers from scratch? I think the problem is either 1) one driver is from Microsoft and the other is from Nvidia or 2) there is a difference between "GeForce2 go" and standard "GeForce" drivers (something about a fixed 60Hz refresh rate)and somehow I have tried to load the standard GeForce drivers................will try later tonight and see what happens Thanks again.
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