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Windows cant find system32/nvcpl.dll

How do i fix this

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  • rickr7r Mar 05, 2009

    thanks guys got it fixed

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Put the laptops recovery cd and hit R when setup is launched.

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Hi there.
system32/NvCpl.dll is to do with Nvidia graphics drivers.
In Vista the best way to solve this problem is right click "computer" select "manage", then select "device manager" .
When the list populates look down the list for "display adapters", click on the + icon next to them and open the list up, your graphics drivers should be Nvidia, right click on it and uninstall it, then restart your PC.
Log in to windows as normal and let the system automatically detect and re-install the drivers for you.
The problem should now be resolved.

Good luck and thanks for using FixYa!!

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Link :
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=52012
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***************************************************
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