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How to fix nvspcap.dll error (NVidia GeFroce Drivers)


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1. Delete your video card drivers (from Control Panel->Program and Features)
2. Delete additional technologies (PhysX etc.)
3. Delete nvspcap.dll from system32 & sysWOW64.

4. Reboot
5. Install newest video card drivers
6. ???
7. ̶P̶r̶o̶f̶i̶t̶ Fixed :lol:

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nVidia cards in all my boxes, never seen this error. I dont even have that file on my systems. It may be from GEForce Experiance which IMHO is a piece of crap-ware. I tried it and it set some of my games to 640x800 lol....what a joke. According to people on GEForce Forums the "fix" you posted is not working all the time for all the people. https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/550184/geforce-experience/nvspcap-dll/2/ g/l

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nVidia cards in all my boxes, never seen this error. I dont even have that file on my systems. It may be from GEForce Experiance which IMHO is a piece of crap-ware. I tried it and it set some of my games to 640x800 lol....what a joke. According to people on GEForce Forums the "fix" you posted is not working all the time for all the people. https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/550184/geforce-experience/nvspcap-dll/2/ g/l

Recently, I had this error. Today I fixed it.

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R320 series of drivers have serious bugs on GTX 560 and others (mostly mid-range GeForce 400 or 500 series). I'm suffering (and I'm not the only one) from these bugs.

314.22 is the last driver that works ok for me (and others).

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Hmmm. I have a GTS-450 in my other box and no problems. Sometimes computers can be a big pain in the ass tho. g/l

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nVidia cards in all my boxes, never seen this error. I dont even have that file on my systems. It may be from GEForce Experiance which IMHO is a piece of crap-ware. I tried it and it set some of my games to 640x800 lol....what a joke. According to people on GEForce Forums the "fix" you posted is not working all the time for all the people. https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/550184/geforce-experience/nvspcap-dll/2/ g/l

I'm pretty sure these noobs don't even know where syswow64 folder is...

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