Question about MSI FX5200-T (128 MB) Graphic Card
Hi, I have problem when I start Windows I got a message "nvgpio.dll fail", and Windows stop to loading. After cliking OK on message Windows contiue to load. It is some kind of test but I do not knowe how to get rid of it. Can anybody help me. Thank you
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.
Posted on May 19, 2007
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