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First of all... I really thank you for this web site. I saved the cost of a new laptop with your driver.

I have a Compaq Presario AMD with NVidia GeForce4 440 64Mb Video Card.

I experienced serious issues with the card recently: vertical lines, blue screen on WinXP startup.

At that time, I was using NVidia driver provided by HP. I decided to get rid off the NVidia driver. With that config, no issue with starting WinXp nor presence of vertical lines....but crap display.

I did google-search for the issue and find out that a lot of customers have same experience with their Presario laptop w/ NVidia card. In most cases, the conclusion was that the NVidia card in those laptop models is defectuous: a lawsuit was even filed against HP/Compaq for the issue.

Then I found your web site. I picked a driver (94.22) and everyhing seems to work perfectly on the first try. Could not believe it!!!!!!

The only thing that "bothers" me is a window that opens at the OS startup:


Error loading nvHotkey.dll

The specified module could not be found.

Any suggestions how I can fix that?

Thank u

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Go to start -> run

type msconfig, then go to startup tab and search for anything matches nvHotkey, disable it and see if you still get the error

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