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safe to use Paretologic pc health advisor??


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i have a 2010 model mbp i7 with win xp service pack 3 on bootcamp and i have been getting the bsod error nv4.disp dll, i have read that this pc health advisor can fix it but will it corrupt any crutial mac or bootcamp files??. I think the error is to do with the nvidia card, so would it b safe to download the lastest driver from website or would it stuff up everything that bootcamp installed and on mac side etc
any help would be appreciated=]
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It's just a corrupt driver install. If you can boot the machine, download the latest NVIDIA driver package from their website and install it. That should do the trick.

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ok thanks i will try that =]
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