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Sounds like either the wrong driver was loaded or the file was corrupt?
Try a restore to roll back the driver installation
Start, programs, Accessories, System Tools, System restore
Select "restore my computer to an earlier time" and then CONTINUE
In the calander find the entry that refers to installing the driver or one prior to that time and select it and press NEXT.
If you were updating to resolve a problem, try a fresh d/l of the driver from the VGA card manufacturers site rather than from nVidia direct as they should have validated the driver.
make sure that the driver is for your card and OS EXACTLY.
If you were updating "just because" then I suggest you follow the First Rule of Engineering... If it aint broke, DONT fix it :-)
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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