I installed a GE Force FX5200 in an NT4.0 SP5 machine -- after the driver was loaded that I got from Pny, after booting up I get several faults "can't find NvCpl.dll in path ", etc. Also get OLEACC.dll error. The only drivers I've been able to download have been for SP6. I see the file in the path specified -- could it be a Service Pack issue? The computer is an industrial one made by TA-Squared using a Teknor motherboard. This computer is an HMI running a printing press using lots of bells and whistles.
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Re: NvCpl.dll not found in path...
Either you Can go to http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?nvcpl download the file (which I would not guaranty it is a legal web site w/o any bugs.)
or you can reinstall the application.
try to clean the CD before insert it in the reader.
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The driver cd for that model will not have a windows 7 driver anyway I suspect as it was made well before windows 7 came out. Go to www.nvidia.com and select your model of card to install an up-to-date driver.
sounds like yo had the same Probles that I had with my 5200 geforce The install did not go well. what was happening was the direct x was binding to the old mother board graphics system and not the new card . to make it rebind just change the refresh rate in the nvidia icon in your task bar . disable the display adapter from device manager for the motherboard graphics .put the card in the slot change the montior cord boot up check you direct x by typing in run dxdiag and test directx to be sure it is runing with your card you can also see that fron the about nvidia you must have the driver for the card installed to do all this.. hope I helped
Well my search shows up these drivers but I dont see anyone applicable for you http://members.driverguide.com/index.php?action=dosearch&qa5=4&qa6=744&dp=3&sm=h&jmd=and&fzz=b&si=e507be48cb269f00ab110d79eb65a121&st=1239449449&gqm0=Ge+Force+9400+GT+Graphics+Video+Adapter&sa=1 .......sodeep
It may be worth running a checkdisk just in case there's a little corruption on your HDD.
While researching your problem online I found this:
You can also use regedit to remove the reported error: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run In the Run folder you will be looking for a value that resembles the startup error you are receiving, such as: NvCplDaemon RUNDLL32.EXE C:\WINNT\system32\NvCpl.dll,NvStartup Right click on it and select Delete. Close the Registry Editor and you're done.
I'd suggest having a look here too: http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/Error-loading-c-windowssystem32nvcpl-dll-t29851.html
What version of Windows are you using? There are issues with some 64bit drivers
This is a common problem with MSI cards, it is the overclocking direct link library file, that for some reason, after the driver loads it cannot start.
Look in start up (Start>run, then type msconfig and press enter) and go to start up tab and look for anything that is to do with MSI, and untick it as this is a programme that is associated with the graphics that you do not ever need to use.
Select apply and you will be asked to restart, then when restarted tick the pop up that says dont show this again an select ok.
The .dll file should now not show.
You can also try looking for the nvgpio.dll in the windows system 32 folder and try and change the file name to 'nvgpio.old' or 'nvgpio.dll.old' and see if that stops it.
Failing all that you can try and install an older driver for the card or use an nvidia driver.