nView Desktop Manager and Windows 7 Missing Desktop Manager after driver/software install.
Can anyone tell me if there are any issues with "nView Desktop Manager" not installing in Windows 7 32bit or has that feature been discontinued? I have an 8600GT tried installing 196.21 and 181.22. "Control Panel", "PhysX", "nVidia Drivers" as well as the "3D Drivers" installed but no "nView Desktop Manager". Drivers work fine just no Desktop Manager. If there is a solution to this or if I'm overlooking something or even an alternate driver that works, please reply. Thanks for any input.
Can anyone tell me if there are any issues with "nView Desktop Manager" not installing in Windows 7 32bit or has that feature been discontinued? I have an 8600GT tried installing 196.21 and 181.22. "Control Panel", "PhysX", "nVidia Drivers" as well as the "3D Drivers" installed but no "nView Desktop Manager". Drivers work fine just no Desktop Manager. If there is a solution to this or if I'm overlooking something or even an alternate driver that works, please reply. Thanks for any input.

#1
Posted 03/21/2010 11:00 PM   
You have got to be kidding! 10 days and still no response!? Not even from a moderator!?
You have got to be kidding! 10 days and still no response!? Not even from a moderator!?

#2
Posted 03/31/2010 06:17 PM   
Oops, double post.
Oops, double post.

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#3
Posted 03/31/2010 07:26 PM   
[quote name='xenomorph_1138' post='1031312' date='Mar 31 2010, 07:17 PM']You have got to be kidding! 10 days and still no response!? Not even from a moderator!?[/quote]

For Windows Vista and Windows 7, NView is not supported with GeForce cards at all, only with Quadro and Quadro FX series cards. Support is continuing for Windows XP however, and this has been the case for quite some time now.

[url="http://www.nvidia.com/object/nview_display_us.html"]http://www.nvidia.com/object/nview_display_us.html[/url]

There is a petition on the forum about it somewhere, but I don't think NVidia are going to change their minds now.


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[quote name='xenomorph_1138' post='1031312' date='Mar 31 2010, 07:17 PM']You have got to be kidding! 10 days and still no response!? Not even from a moderator!?



For Windows Vista and Windows 7, NView is not supported with GeForce cards at all, only with Quadro and Quadro FX series cards. Support is continuing for Windows XP however, and this has been the case for quite some time now.



http://www.nvidia.com/object/nview_display_us.html



There is a petition on the forum about it somewhere, but I don't think NVidia are going to change their minds now.





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#4
Posted 03/31/2010 07:27 PM   
I have no words... INCREDIBLE... how Nvidia reduce support, also for this "simple" and fundamental thing. It is the most nearly to a monopolio, where the company do what he want and all consumers must "eat". Nvidia frecuently made movements in this line, and the courious is that consumers do nothing and continues buying.

I, for the moment, I will not buy another Nvidia videocard (or another Nvidia thing) just because this philosophy. This hardware race is really done for freaks that support at all cost Nvidia philosophy.

Sometimes I think Nvidia is driven by a couple of freaks childrens with no other thing in the mind but money... and no responsability. As I said, I think this is like a MONOPOLIO between two companies that play at the same game.

What will be the next movement, to pay for the driver?
I have no words... INCREDIBLE... how Nvidia reduce support, also for this "simple" and fundamental thing. It is the most nearly to a monopolio, where the company do what he want and all consumers must "eat". Nvidia frecuently made movements in this line, and the courious is that consumers do nothing and continues buying.



I, for the moment, I will not buy another Nvidia videocard (or another Nvidia thing) just because this philosophy. This hardware race is really done for freaks that support at all cost Nvidia philosophy.



Sometimes I think Nvidia is driven by a couple of freaks childrens with no other thing in the mind but money... and no responsability. As I said, I think this is like a MONOPOLIO between two companies that play at the same game.



What will be the next movement, to pay for the driver?

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#5
Posted 04/01/2010 06:05 PM   
I know this might be too late, but hey, you can still extract NView from Quadro drivers, although there is no official support: [url="http://httputility.com/article/how-to-run-nview-on-windows-7"]http://httputility.com/article/how-to-run-nview-on-windows-7[/url]
I know this might be too late, but hey, you can still extract NView from Quadro drivers, although there is no official support: http://httputility.com/article/how-to-run-nview-on-windows-7

#6
Posted 06/19/2012 11:21 AM   
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