I've been having a few problems recently, including the nvlddmkm.sys error, which is still plagueing me, but now I'm wondering if my OS is not being recognised by some sites.I have:Windows Vista Home Premium 32 bitIntel(R)Core(TM) 2 Duo CPU [email protected]2.00 GB RAMNVIDIA GeForce8800 GTNow this is what is happening: I went on to Microsoft Support to ask a question about Vista Services Packs and this is the reply I got:This article applies to a different version of Windows than the one you are using. Content in this article may not be relevant to you.Visit the Windows XP Solution Center.I went on to Windows Update. I was told I needed Administrator Privileges (I am an Administrator) and also received this:If you use Windows XP, you can see if you are an administrator by going to User Accounts in Control Panel.Anyone have any idea what is going on?
First thing I`d do is run a System File Check. Go to Start>Run (Windows Key + R Key will do it too) type "sfc /scannow" without the quotes and note the space between c & /.
Ran the System File Check but the only files it found any problems with were related to Windows Sidebar. I tried installing KB940105 but got a message that this did not apply to my system, but it's a Vista fix. Puzzled.
thats a nvidia graphics error.unistall graphics driver and install latest driver from nvidia
Agreed - Reinstall the Nvidia graphics driver. (Any Link sunnystaines?)
as requestedclick here
Thanks Mate. Didn`t know where to find it myself but you`d obviously researched it. Let`s hope this gets some way to solving Fleetblue`s problem!
Thanks for all the help guys. I'll get that sorted now.
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