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Every time I rebooted, same problem.After booting into Safe Mode first and then rebooting the computer, I was able to get an error on boot that gave me some idea of THE OBSERVATION It is not the drivers supplied by the NVIDIA that causes the problem. I am now able to boot up in normal mode but every 15 seconds the monitor blinks off. nVidia drivers are very flakey and certain versions are way better than others. http://afede.org/windows-xp/bsod-fixes-nv4-disp.html

I installed the nv4loopfix from the nvidia forums and now i don't get the BSOD but the games freeze for a couple of seconds and when they unfreeze the textures are Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds. Will attempt to update the driver... ___ Hi Chuck: Thanks for the comment. You may also... http://www.personalcomputerfixes.com/general-errors/steps-to-resolve-the-nv4_disp-dll-error/

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It runs smooth as gravy. I wish I could help you further, but fortunately, downloading the driver worked for me, and I don't have any other tricks up my sleeve. All rights reserved.

Visit NVIDIA forum for more info. Michael Edit: that file you are concerned about probably was malware, but its from a year ago when I had the Vundo trojan which this site helped me remove. It is because of dual core optimizations apparently see http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=9695&st=40 Posted by: Rich | January 19, 2006 at 12:04 AM NVidia cards are great for games, imo, but the drivers for Nv_disp Many of you may be expierencing this problem and have found that updated drivers do not work.

I did all three in between the crashes, and I don't think there were any suspicious items found. Nv4_disp Infinite Loop Windows Xp AND now I get a 1 Beep, and no display! After following these steps, Windows XP should start up as usual (prior to our little nv4_disp bug).

please help im about to pull my hair out over this.ReplyDeletecalvinMay 30, 2010 at 2:22 PMHi there, I just got this problem with nvidia 8600 m gs, luckily the problem seems

I usually can only play Fallout 3 for like 20-30 minutes before it crashes but I got a solid hour out of it this time. Nv4_disp Error Message Windows Xp Click here to Register a free account now! Thanks for including it. philskevin091 2.889 görüntüleme 1:30 How to Repair a DEAD Computer - Süre: 58:55.

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I have a Dell Deminsion 8300 (80GB;2yrs old) running Windows XP Prof. http://byronmiller.typepad.com/byronmiller/2005/10/stupid_windows_.html Glad it helped.ReplyDeleteAnonymousNovember 2, 2010 at 3:34 AMYes, thank you,since i had followed your tutorial and replacedthe nvidia.dll's in system 32, i never had this blue screen again.I had this blue Nv4_disp.dll Download But now he tells me that since I did a parallel install that I should still redo my system because after a month or two it wouldn't work anymore!! Nv4_disp Driver Update I havent installed any software in several weeks.

There are also other ways in which to solve this problem, one would be to use the latest drivers; manually replace the Nv4_disp.dll file or clean out the registry with a I clicked the the "here" hyperlink you provided. at Dell and the next guy said there was nothing to be done. Yükleniyor... Nv4_disp.dll Error

Removing the old drivers and installing the new (both in Safe Mode) fixed our problem. I always recommend to my readers to regularly use a trusted registry cleaner and optimizer such as WinThruster or CCleaner. Nv4_disp dll Nv4_disp.dll Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok this contact form If it doesn't, there might be a hardware issue.

I found a download "DriveSweeper" which finally cleaned it out and the new driver was finally installed. Nv4 Dll I'd visit the malware section of this forum and see if they can help. i search the whole web abt this problem, tried everything posted and ONLY THIS SOLVED MY PROBLEM.

I would try and uninstall the old driver, if it hasn't already been removed, and re-install the latest driver from the Nvidia site.

You can also replace the Nv4_disp.dll file or clean out the registry with a registry cleaner. I started with a Google search, which lead me to understand, at least on some level that this involved my NVidia graphics card. After all of the answers they've given me, I'm not sure I trust them to walk me through wiping out my system and performing a new system install. Nvidia Drivers Please leave a comment if you find it helpful or if you have found additional ways to resolve this problem.

I have Win XP Home Ed. All rights reserved. Good Luck, Michael Dec 29, 2005 #7 Demigod TS Rookie I've run across this issue a few times and it's always been a driver issue. THE FIX Install Driver Cleaner Professional.(It is not longer free.

Each portion of a Test Run is called a "Pass". Thanks again. RM Posted by: Roman | May 12, 2006 at 01:44 PM Updating drivers has not helped me.