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Windows 7: Possible solution to fixing no nvidia control panel

03 Nov 2009   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I got now my displey drivers working. It was a strange combination of installing and uninstalling. I used the nForce driver package from with included also displey drivers. They didnt work, then I uninstalled them and wolaa, now after that I could install this microsoft update drivers. Very strange, I wouldnt recomend it for first choise, but at least now it works. And also control panel works like a charm and I could change my TV settings correct.

thanks guys.

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03 Nov 2009   #12

Windows 7, Linux

Did you try installing the new drivers and running compat mode? I had to do stuff like that with other drivers before.
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08 Nov 2009   #13

Windows 7 x64

i used Driver sweeper -> no effect
did all actions from manual :) many times -> no effect..

then i just installed old drivers 190.62 -> same thing like was with 191.07... still no Control Panel.. after i just tried again(without reboot or any other actions) install drivers with Windows Update and guess what? :)

success... hmm.. now all working fine with new drivers and nvidia control panel working fine... :)

hope, that will help...

P.S Windows 7 x64
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23 Nov 2009   #14

windows 7

Well... ehm, here's how I did mine. Open Task Manager (Ctrl + Alt + Del > Task Manager). Run Nvidia Driver setup. Switch to Task Manager. Check if there's a process called nvupnpbr.exe *32 (If it's not there yet, wait for a while till it shows up). End the process (nvupnpbr.exe *32). That's it, wait for the setup to complete. Right click on desktop and the Control Panel should be there. You might want to install Nvidia Physx manually.

GF 9600 GT, Windows 7 x64

If you're having the same problem with windows 7 x32, I think your should end the process called nvupnpamd64.exe instead. Anyway, I hope this works for everyone.
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