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It's definitely the inf. I just diffed the original inf and the modded inf, aside from the obvious version difference, there are also some files for installation that are not being described in the modded inf as well as wrong version description inside of the registry.

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even though i haven't tried it yet i'd better say thanks now, while i can, as i have no internet connection where i am staying

though the leet speak is a tad disconcerting :)

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Guest ProtonXX

I have the same error with a Geforce 9600M GT on a DV7T. When I try to go to the control panel it says "The NVIDIA display panel extension cannot be created." "Possible Reasons Include: Version mismatch. Reinstalling display drivers may solve this problem"

Reinstalling with old and new inf dont help

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Hmmm, doesn't look like anything is wrong on the inf though...

Trace start:

#2655 NVIDIA_G96.DEV_0647.1  = "NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT"

#358  %NVIDIA_G96.DEV_0647.1%  = nv4_G9x_HD,[tab][/tab][tab][/tab]	 PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0647

#929  [nv4_G9x_HD]
#930  CopyFiles	= nv4.Miniport, nv.Display, nv4.icd, nv.Panel, nv.Help
#931  DelFiles	 = nv.oldrm, nv.delete.systemfiles
#932  RegisterDLLs = nv.RegisterCPL

#1704 [nv4.Miniport]
#1705 nv4_mini.sys,nv4_mini.sys,nv4mtmp.sys

#1694 [nv.Display]
#1695 nv4_disp.dll,nv4_disp.dll,nv4dtmp.dll,0x00004000
#1696 nvsvc32.exe
#1697 nvapi.dll,,,0x00004000
#1698 nvcuda.dll,,,0x00004000

#1707 [nv4.icd]
#1708 nvoglnt.dll,nvoglnt.dll,nvotmp.dll,0x00004000

#1710 [nv.Panel]
#1711 nvcpl.dll,,,0x00004000
#1712 nvmctray.dll,,,0x00004000
#1713 nvwddi.dll,,,0x00004000
#1714 nvmccs.dll,,,0x00004000
#1715 nvmccsrs.dll,,,0x00004000
#1716 nvdisps.dll,,,0x00004000
#1717 nvdispsr.dll,,,0x00004000
#1718 nvgames.dll,,,0x00004000
#1719 nvgamesr.dll,,,0x00004000
#1720 nvmccss.dll,,,0x00004000
#1721 nvmccssr.dll,,,0x00004000
#1722 nvmobls.dll,,,0x00004000
#1723 nvmoblsr.dll,,,0x00004000
#1724 nvvitvs.dll,,,0x00004000
#1725 nvvitvsr.dll,,,0x00004000
#1726 nvwss.dll,,,0x00004000
#1727 nvwssr.dll,,,0x00004000

#1728 [nv.Help]
#1729 nvcpl.hlp
#1730 nvwcplen.hlp

#1742 [nv.oldrm]
#1743 nvarch.sys,,,1
#1744 nvgfx.sys,,,1

#1746 [nv.delete.systemfiles]
#1747 nv4oglnt.dll,,,1
#1748 nvopenglnt.dll,,,1
#1749 nvinstnt.dll,,,1
#1750 nvdmcpl.dll,,,1
#1751 nvdesk32.dll,,,1
#1752 nvqtwk.dll,,,1
#1753 dmcpl.exe,,,1
#1754 nviewimg.dll,,,1
#1755 nvwsapps.cfg,,,1
#1756 nvpmapi.dll,,,1
#1757 nvcpl.exe,,,1

#1732 [nv.RegisterCPL]
#1733 11,,nvcpl.dll,1
#1734 11,,nvdisps.dll,1
#1735 11,,nvgames.dll,1
#1736 11,,nvmccss.dll,1
#1737 11,,nvmobls.dll,1
#1738 11,,nvvitvs.dll,1
#1739 11,,nvwss.dll,1
#1740 11,,nvmccs.dll,1

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Because dual display does not work in SLi mode, never has. Read up more about SLi...

GOOGLE is your friend :)

Well dual monitor does not work for me as well although I do not have SLI. I am using my laptop to connect to another monitor. Everytime I restart my computer it goes back to normal setting with the other monitor having a low resolution.

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I have the same error with a Geforce 9600M GT on a DV7T. When I try to goto the control panel it says "The NVIDIA display panel extension cannot be created." "Possible Reasons Include: Version mismatch. Reinstalling display drivers may solve this problem"

Reinstalling with old and new inf dont help

same here. brandnew macbbok pro with geforce 9600 gt ... installed the drivers with your INF and getting the "The NVIDIA display panel extension cannot be created." message ... mmmm

i only want to change the primary display to the external eizo 24" - anyone luck with it?

phil

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I also had some weird things happen with these: I got the same mismatch message when I try to access the control panel, for some odd reason some of my systray icons just stopped showing up, and when I tried to reinstall, I ended up in 800x600 4 bit color mode with no way to change out of it. Fortunately I did a system restore (I always set one of those up when I install new drivers.)

Dell XPS M1710 laptop with nVidia GeForce Go 7950 GTX

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8800M GTX SLI

Cannot successfully install these drivers. All sorts of issues. Running the setup.exe does not update anything. It removes old drivers then fails install after reboot.

Using Have-Disk gives me a "Device cannot start" error.

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Welcome to the forum Ljuba! You might want to read the FAQ threads and posts where we've covered that subject: Uninstalling? :) and Editing a post in How do I cleanly remove drivers?

I uninstall my old drivers and then i do it and i got problem "The NVIDIA Setup program could not locate any drivers that are compatible with your current hardware. Setup will now exit." !

Help me! Step by step

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even though i haven't tried it yet i'd better say thanks now, while i can, as i have no internet connection where i am staying

though the leet speak is a tad disconcerting :)

just an update

the new inf worked to get the drivers installed as usual, though i will add somethng that i've experienced:-

i like to use the "change flat panel scaling" properties page to set my screen output to "use nvidia scaling with fixed-aspect ratio" so that i always get a crisp pixel-pixel output, even if displayed on an area smaller than my screen's capabilities. recently, on some older games, this has caused corrupt menu screens and text and even caused a lockup and bsod. i'm not used to seeing bsod's on my machine :) . i've had to get used to switching between my usual choice and the default "use nvidia scaling" to avoid troublesome instances like this. i cannot verify whether this would've been present with specific games before this driver release, as i can't remember what i played and when and under what settings, only that i never experienced this problem before

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