There was an error while downloading NVidia Forceware Network access manager. Now I can not delete it from add or remove programs. Every time I log on I get a found new hardware. But It freezes up my pc when I try to down load it. How can I remove the forceware access manager??? Please help me!!! XXX
Computer OS: Windows XP
Just tried to delete the Nvidia Forceware network access manager. I need help here!!!
Hi, and thanks for using JustAnswer.com.
Please try this first: click Start->All programs->Accessories->System Tools->System Restore and restore the computer to any date before this issue has occurred.
If that does not work, please click below
then click on Download Now to download and install the Revo Uninstaller program. Then open it and select the Nvidia Forceware... program and click on Uninstall on the top and see if you can uninstall it.
Please let me know if there is still any issue later. Thank you.
Sirs, That answer did not work. When I log on I get a message saying "found new hardware" It is for USB 2.0 root hub device. How do I stop this message when I log on? Thanks, Chris Sylvester
Were you able to uninstall nvidia forceware program?What is the brand and model of your computer?Does this message show every time you turn on the computer?Thanks,-Viet
It is a Rosewill.AMD Phenom (tm)8450 triple core processor. Home edition 2002 Windows XP
It is a Rosewill.AMD Phenom (tm)8450 triple core processor. Home edition 2002 Windows XP Yes it show every time I log on. Thanks, Chris Sylvester
Can you go to http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com and select Custom option, then update all the updates, especially the hardware updates (click on Hardware option on the left)? Thanks.
I completed all up-dates. Restarted my PC and still get the found new hardware message. USB 2.0 root hub device. Please find the answer to solve this message. Thanks, Chris
And it could not install the new hardware? Thanks.
When I try to install it my PC freezes up
Sorry, let me open your question to other experts. thank you.
I shall return in the morning! Good Luck!! Chris
How long ago did this happen?
It started about a month ago.
Is there anyone who can remove this found new hardware, USB 2.0 root hub device message which shows every time I log on??? Chris
Ok, first see if you have a system restore point goping back that far:
To restore Windows XP to a previous restore point you need to open the System Restore Utility. To open the utility, go to your System Tools group under Accessories in your Programs menu. Then click on the System Restore icon.
You should select the radio button that is labeled "Restore my computer to an earlier time", which is designated by the red box. When that is selected press the Next button. You will then be presented with a screen similar to below.
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Select a Restore Point
At this point you should select a restore point that you would like to restore. If a particular day has any restore points created on it the date will be in bold. You can then select the restore point by clicking once on its name, as designated by the red box in Figure 6 and then pressing the Next button.
At this point you will prompted with a confirmation as to whether or not you want to continue. If you do want to continue, you should press the Next button again, otherwise press cancel. System restore will then shut down all open applications and reboot the computer.
After the computer is rebooted you will see a screen that contains information as shown below confirming that the restoration to the restore point is complete.
If there are any problems with your computer since you restored to this restore point, you can revert back to your previous settings by going back into the System Restore Utility and selecting the "Undo my last restoration" radio button and pressing the Next button as shown below.
Undo your last Restoration