error at startup of xp

error in c:/windows/systems32/nvmctray.dll missing entry nvtaskbarinit

error in c:/windows/systems32/nvcpl.dll missing nvstartup

I'm new to the Forum, not too sure on Protocol can someone please explain this error for me. Thanks Choomlee

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error in c:/windows/systems32/nvmctray.dll missing entry nvtaskbarinit

error in c:/windows/systems32/nvcpl.dll missing nvstartup

I'm new to the Forum, not too sure on Protocol can someone please explain this error for me. Thanks Choomlee

These errors appear to be related to your graphics (graphics card).  If errors have appeared recently AND have not installed or uninstalled SOMETHING since the errors appeared, you can try using System Restore to return to a time before the accident, errors.

You can also download and install the latest driver for your nVidia graphics card.

If you have a branded computer (Dell, HP, etc.) go to the web site of the manufacturer of your computer and get the graphics card it.

Otherwise, open the Device Manager [right click on my computer > properties > Hardware tab > Device Manager], expand the entry for "Graphics cards" to see the make and model of your graphics card.  The error message, you seem to have a product from nVidia, but I can't tell the model.  Go to the Search page for the nVidia Driver for the correct driver.  If you have an older card and you don't see it under the name of type of the usual product (e.g., GeForce), set the product to the legacy Type drop-down list box.

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