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Old 05-23-07, 05:11 AM   #1
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Default Annoying Event Viewer Error

Hi folks,

Everytime I boot up, getting the error "ATI Tool - nvport - The following boot-start or system drivers failed to load"

Every damn time on boot, it's slowing it all up.

Obviously had this app on here in the past, but for some reason it never uninstalled properly.

Any idea on how I can get rid of it for good, along with this attempt at loading nvport on every boot up?

EDIT: Found the blasted registry entrys, and they refuse to delete. Think they are the problem, the programs didn't uninstall properly. Grrrrh Vista!

How can you forcefully delete a reg key that its trying to load up for a file that isn't there? ....driving me up the wall I tell ya.
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