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Old 08-18-07, 10:38 PM   #1
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Default Ntune Remote Administration

I have been an Nvidia customer since I owned my first computer, but that may be about to change. I installed 162.18, but when I tried to access the temperature monitor, it said that I had to install Ntune, which appears to be primarily for Nforce systems, which I do not have. However, I went ahead and downloaded it anyway, but when I went to install it, it showed three components to be installed, one of which was for the purpose of providing remote administration, which I do not use either. Without detailed information about what this is for, and how it works, I'm going to go back to my previous driver.

I was thinking about upgrading the graphics card, but if this remote administration is what it appears to be, it won't be for an Nvidia card. If that function were optional, then I might feel differently, but it is not.
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