My video/graphics driver is provided by NVidia itself.
NVidia drivers in my desktop PC are up-to-date.
The tool used is GeForce Experience.
The current installed driver version is 347.25 WHQL.
The digital certificate of C:\Windows\SysWOW64\nvinit.dll seems to be valid.
I ran MVT. It detects there is a missing process, it tries to repair but... the fix does not work... the problem persists!
|Process||1 process(s) incorrect|
Hello to all...
I have Mcafee LiveSafe in 3 computers and 4 mobile devices. Everything is runing except yesterday in one of my computers. Desktop/Win7/updated no malware, spyware, etc etc... IT JUST STOPPED AFTER A MCAFEE UPDATE. The issue is with Mcafee, not us. Our computers are unsafe because of Mcafee, NOT US. We payed a subscription and are left out to dry...
I've run about dozens of scans with other software... no problems found.
Please, you guys need to find a fix for this nonsense NOW
This morning I chatted to another McAfee support agent who solved the problem. He ran sfc /scannow from a cmd.exe prompt as Administrator and restarted.
Then he installed the McAfee Total Protection and the real-time scanning started properly.
But after the real-time scanning is up and running, the MCTriager still shows the same issue about nvinit.dll
Orilium support is free of charge as mentioned earlier on in this thread or wait until Selvan re-posts a reply to the OP.
Mine is doing exactly the same thing - i am not technical minded but got myself here - and it does not work
Run the Virtual Technician to see if it finds and fixes anything: http://mvt.mcafee.com/
If it doesn't help Technical Support is free of charge and linked below.
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