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I am running a Windows 95 Pentium II computer with 192 megs of RAM. I have an Nvidia GeForce II video card and I believe it's got 64 megs of RAM.

Whenever I click on the 'NVIDIA nView Desktop Manager' in the control panel folder, I get the following message:

"The NVIEW.DLL file is linked to missing export USER32.DLL:EndMenu"

I know what a .dll file is, but I don't know how to install it (or, for that matter, how to install this particular dll file) on my computer. I also don't know what an 'EndMenu' is or how it relates to the user32.dll file.

On the Display control Panel, I click on the nView Tab and it says:

"nView allows you to connect two separate output devices (analog fisplay, digital display, or TV) to a single graphics board."

Since I only have one monitor connected to my computer, I believe this to be the cause for the "dll message" I get when I click on the 'NVIDIA nView Desktop Manager' in the Control Panel folder, but I'm not sure.

Could someone please help me?

Many thanks in advance!
 

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....First triple post I have ever seen

Okay, there is someone at http://www.resellerratings.com/forum/t17478.html
who is having the exact same problem, also using win95. If your system can handle it, you should _really_ consider upgrading to windows 98SE (it's now very affordable, look on ebay for the best price). The drivers were most likely not written with windows 95 in mind.

By the way, welcome to the boards
 

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thankyou, thankyou, thank you! :)

>welcome to the boards.

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