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Nav4_disp conflict? My 6600gt worked fine when I first installed it. I updated the drivers, played Splinter Cell double agent and everything was fine. Tried it again later and problems began to occur with screen blank-outs and random screen specks/lines. After about 15 minutes the screen goes blue with a failure message - partially stating a "Nav4_ conflict" and the program is caught in a loop?

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  • Madsnoopi Mar 06, 2008

    I mis-typed. Should be "Nav4_disp conflict".

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The nv4_disp fix I was able to successfully restore my computer to tip-top shape in 5 easy steps. Here’s my 10 minute solution.

  1. Boot your computer into Safe Mode w/ Networking. For Windows XP users, this is accomplished by pressing F8 repeatedly when your computer is booting up. You will be presented with several options. Choose “Safe Mode w/ Networking.” This will boot Windows XP into Safe Mode, but you will be able to browse the Web.
  2. Go to NVIDIA’s Web site and download the latest display drivers for Windows XP. I saved the 20MB file to my desktop for easy locating later on.
  3. Remove the NVIDIA display drivers currently installed on your machine. To do this, right click on “My Computer,” then select Properties. Click the “Hardware” tab, then click “Device Manager.” You now see a list of hardware devices installed on your computer. Double click “Display Adapters.” You should now see your NVIDIA card listed. Click it once to highlight it, then click the “Uninstall” icon in the upper right of Device Manager menu. Say “peace!” as the NVIDIA drivers are removed from your machine.
  4. Install the updated NVIDIA display drivers. Double-click the NVIDIA setup file you saved to the desktop earlier. The installation will run its course.
  5. Reboot your computer.
After following these steps, Windows XP should start up as usual (prior to our little nv4_disp bug). Your “nv4_disp” problem is officially solved.
What caused the nv4_disp problem? In short, I have no idea. I’m actually still trying to figure this out, so I welcome any comments about what could have been the cause. In doing some quick searches across the Web, however, I see that this is actually a common problem.

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