Error Msg: c:/windows/system32/NvCpl.dll - Specified module could not be found. Help? I am getting that error message every time I turn on the computer. Does anyone have any suggestions? I appreciate it!
Since your graphics controller is Intel and not Nvidia,
Look into your windows services and see if the "nvidia driver helper" service is
running. This service will insert the nvcpl into your startup registry
everytime you boot your PC.
Go to "Start" >> Contol Panel >> Administrative Tools >> Services
In Services look for the Nvidia Driver Helper Service. If the service is started, double click on the service, this will open the service "Properties".
Where you see "Startup Type", set this to disable.
Under "Service status", click on "Stop", click "Apply", click "OK", exit Services
I looked in the services and the only NVIDIA entry was labeled DIsplay Driver Service. It was set to start automatically and I disabled it as you suggested but the error message is still appearing on startup. What now? Thanks! Sonja
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