Originally posted by d1rX
I just did that.
Open HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Curre ntVersion\Run
Delete the key that contains the following: RUNDLL32.EXE NvQTwk,NvCplDaemon initialize (My key is gone so I forget what was the name of it lol)
When you leave NvCplDaemon in that key it will brag that it's not present. Mine works now, though I dont know any drawbacks to it.
You are quite right. The default profile has the run key undefined. So your current user profile is the one calling the DLL. If you have more than 1 profile on your system you will have to remove it for each profile. No big deal
If you remove that reg entry you're set -- no problems.
It's my understanding that the NVQTwk dll is a hook that a lot of the tweaker programs use. Aparently NV pulled that API into the core driver for the new control panel app.