Nvidia Control Panel Has Stopped Responding
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Basically, here's what's wrong.

I get the answer: NVIDIA Control Panel Application, 3.9.730.0 has stopped working. Then I can whether Check online for a solution, or I can close it.

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BEX
Application Name: nvcplui.exe
Application Version: 3.9.730.0
Application Timestamp: 4e7b6a18
Fault Module Name: StackHash_0a9e
Fault Module Version: 0.0.0.0
Fault Module Timestamp: 00000000
Exception Offset: 000fdb48
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Data: 00000008
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1061
Additional Information 1: 0a9e
Additional Information 2: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789
Additional Information 3: 0a9e
Additional Information 4: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789

Read our privacy statement online:
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C:\Windows\system32\en-US\erofflps.txt


Hell if I know what all of the above means, but that's why I'm asking the smarter people.

Oh by the way, I had no idea where to put this, so I just put it here, since I got a GeForce 240.

Thanks a lot, I really need my Nvidia Control Panel for adjustments.
Basically, here's what's wrong.



I get the answer: NVIDIA Control Panel Application, 3.9.730.0 has stopped working. Then I can whether Check online for a solution, or I can close it.



Problem signature:

Problem Event Name: BEX

Application Name: nvcplui.exe

Application Version: 3.9.730.0

Application Timestamp: 4e7b6a18

Fault Module Name: StackHash_0a9e

Fault Module Version: 0.0.0.0

Fault Module Timestamp: 00000000

Exception Offset: 000fdb48

Exception Code: c0000005

Exception Data: 00000008

OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3

Locale ID: 1061

Additional Information 1: 0a9e

Additional Information 2: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789

Additional Information 3: 0a9e

Additional Information 4: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789



Read our privacy statement online:

http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=104288&clcid=0x0409



If the online privacy statement is not available, please read our privacy statement offline:

C:\Windows\system32\en-US\erofflps.txt





Hell if I know what all of the above means, but that's why I'm asking the smarter people.



Oh by the way, I had no idea where to put this, so I just put it here, since I got a GeForce 240.



Thanks a lot, I really need my Nvidia Control Panel for adjustments.

#1
Posted 10/01/2011 12:42 AM   
I was able to run it after going into the programs and features icon in the control panel and scrolling down until I found the Ntune program. Through that I still have basic control over my card. Though I suggest getting MSI Afterburner if you want to tweak your card. Also I chose to run as admin. Don't know what happened, but it started after I downloaded the beta drivers for the BF3 Beta.
I was able to run it after going into the programs and features icon in the control panel and scrolling down until I found the Ntune program. Through that I still have basic control over my card. Though I suggest getting MSI Afterburner if you want to tweak your card. Also I chose to run as admin. Don't know what happened, but it started after I downloaded the beta drivers for the BF3 Beta.

#2
Posted 10/11/2011 10:43 PM   
[quote name='coolshopp' date='11 October 2011 - 05:43 PM' timestamp='1318372989' post='1306779']
I was able to run it after going into the programs and features icon in the control panel and scrolling down until I found the Ntune program. Through that I still have basic control over my card. Though I suggest getting MSI Afterburner if you want to tweak your card. Also I chose to run as admin. Don't know what happened, but it started after I downloaded the beta drivers for the BF3 Beta.
[/quote]
I had the exact same issue with my HP-G60 (AMD Turion Dual Core RM-75 and GeForce 8200M). I installed the new Beta (285.38) and then the driver failed upon restart. Everything froze up, I restarted it, and then Windows told me NVIDIA Control Panel failed to start. Not sure what to do from here.
[quote name='coolshopp' date='11 October 2011 - 05:43 PM' timestamp='1318372989' post='1306779']

I was able to run it after going into the programs and features icon in the control panel and scrolling down until I found the Ntune program. Through that I still have basic control over my card. Though I suggest getting MSI Afterburner if you want to tweak your card. Also I chose to run as admin. Don't know what happened, but it started after I downloaded the beta drivers for the BF3 Beta.



I had the exact same issue with my HP-G60 (AMD Turion Dual Core RM-75 and GeForce 8200M). I installed the new Beta (285.38) and then the driver failed upon restart. Everything froze up, I restarted it, and then Windows told me NVIDIA Control Panel failed to start. Not sure what to do from here.

#3
Posted 10/19/2011 03:45 AM   
[quote name='Qwen' date='18 October 2011 - 10:45 PM' timestamp='1318995943' post='1310193']
I had the exact same issue with my HP-G60 (AMD Turion Dual Core RM-75 and GeForce 8200M). I installed the new Beta (285.38) and then the driver failed upon restart. Everything froze up, I restarted it, and then Windows told me NVIDIA Control Panel failed to start. Not sure what to do from here.
[/quote]



So you updated the drivers for your video card, did you update your motherboard drivers too? I noticed when I had to update my vid drivers, there was an update for my motherboard as well. I installed the video drivers, but the mb drivers must not have installed correctly and so I was getting the control panel error as well. I reinstalled and now the control panel is working again. Perhaps this could be the issue. Good Luck.
[quote name='Qwen' date='18 October 2011 - 10:45 PM' timestamp='1318995943' post='1310193']

I had the exact same issue with my HP-G60 (AMD Turion Dual Core RM-75 and GeForce 8200M). I installed the new Beta (285.38) and then the driver failed upon restart. Everything froze up, I restarted it, and then Windows told me NVIDIA Control Panel failed to start. Not sure what to do from here.









So you updated the drivers for your video card, did you update your motherboard drivers too? I noticed when I had to update my vid drivers, there was an update for my motherboard as well. I installed the video drivers, but the mb drivers must not have installed correctly and so I was getting the control panel error as well. I reinstalled and now the control panel is working again. Perhaps this could be the issue. Good Luck.

#4
Posted 10/25/2011 11:24 PM   
"NVIDIA Control Panel Application, 3.9.730.0 has stopped working"

that is hapening to me to now and its when i install this thing [url="http://www.nvidia.com/object/nvidia_system_tools_6.06.html"]nvidia system tools 6.06[/url]
ive tried to installed that system tools 3 times now on 3 seperate occations with 3 diff gfx drivers but all i get is that the nvidia control panel stops responding.

i got a GTS 250
"NVIDIA Control Panel Application, 3.9.730.0 has stopped working"



that is hapening to me to now and its when i install this thing nvidia system tools 6.06

ive tried to installed that system tools 3 times now on 3 seperate occations with 3 diff gfx drivers but all i get is that the nvidia control panel stops responding.



i got a GTS 250

#5
Posted 10/27/2011 06:53 PM   
I had the same problem with the gts 250 and tried everything but to no avail. Then i found that going to C:/nvidia/systemtools/6.06/ntune i ran the setup and let it uninstall ntune and now my control panel works fine. i dont have the performance option anymore but it doesn't crash now.
I had the same problem with the gts 250 and tried everything but to no avail. Then i found that going to C:/nvidia/systemtools/6.06/ntune i ran the setup and let it uninstall ntune and now my control panel works fine. i dont have the performance option anymore but it doesn't crash now.

#6
Posted 11/06/2011 12:11 AM   
almost forgot----- i didnt have this problem till i installed the 285.62 official release. but getting rid of ntune keeps it from crashing until they find a fix :)
almost forgot----- i didnt have this problem till i installed the 285.62 official release. but getting rid of ntune keeps it from crashing until they find a fix :)

#7
Posted 11/06/2011 12:14 AM   
had same problem with "nvidia control panel" crashing after upgrade to 285.62.
just before upgrade, 280.26 drivers worked just fine. downgrade back to version 280.26 didn't fix the problem and "nvidia control panel" was still crashing.

my system is running win7 32bit, xfx 790i mobo with nforce 15.58 drivers and 6.06 ntune. with new video drivers crash remained even with different video cards - I've tested 7800GTX/8600GTS/8800GTS.

then I've downloaded process monitor from sysinternals started playing around to sea what's happening. notices some anomalies which where pointing into nforce drivers direction - seams like some registry keys or files went missing after installing new drivers. so tried to reinstall nforce drivers for mobo and to my great joy it worked!!

so you could try to do following and see if it helps:

1) install latest video drivers
2) re-install nforce drivers for your motherboard (when run they firstly uninstall, then follows PC restart and new install).

hope this helps.
had same problem with "nvidia control panel" crashing after upgrade to 285.62.

just before upgrade, 280.26 drivers worked just fine. downgrade back to version 280.26 didn't fix the problem and "nvidia control panel" was still crashing.



my system is running win7 32bit, xfx 790i mobo with nforce 15.58 drivers and 6.06 ntune. with new video drivers crash remained even with different video cards - I've tested 7800GTX/8600GTS/8800GTS.



then I've downloaded process monitor from sysinternals started playing around to sea what's happening. notices some anomalies which where pointing into nforce drivers direction - seams like some registry keys or files went missing after installing new drivers. so tried to reinstall nforce drivers for mobo and to my great joy it worked!!



so you could try to do following and see if it helps:



1) install latest video drivers

2) re-install nforce drivers for your motherboard (when run they firstly uninstall, then follows PC restart and new install).



hope this helps.

#8
Posted 11/12/2011 01:17 AM   
[quote name='nemielas' date='12 November 2011 - 03:17 AM' timestamp='1321060670' post='1324823']so you could try to do following and see if it helps:

1) install latest video drivers
2) re-install nforce drivers for your motherboard (when run they firstly uninstall, then follows PC restart and new install).

hope this helps.
[/quote]

No, no... just uninstall "Nvidia System Update" and all will be fine. It's helped me to solve the problem))
[quote name='nemielas' date='12 November 2011 - 03:17 AM' timestamp='1321060670' post='1324823']so you could try to do following and see if it helps:



1) install latest video drivers

2) re-install nforce drivers for your motherboard (when run they firstly uninstall, then follows PC restart and new install).



hope this helps.





No, no... just uninstall "Nvidia System Update" and all will be fine. It's helped me to solve the problem))

#9
Posted 11/13/2011 08:35 AM   
[quote name='DoooM' date='13 November 2011 - 09:35 AM' timestamp='1321173331' post='1325521']
No, no... just uninstall "Nvidia System Update" and all will be fine. It's helped me to solve the problem))
[/quote]

can't remember if I've tried uninstalling "nvidia system update". however in my case after reinstalling nforce drivers it did. also I've got "nvidia system update" which is integrated into "control panel".
the one which comes with display drivers I don't use so I'm not installing when updating graphics drivers.
[quote name='DoooM' date='13 November 2011 - 09:35 AM' timestamp='1321173331' post='1325521']

No, no... just uninstall "Nvidia System Update" and all will be fine. It's helped me to solve the problem))





can't remember if I've tried uninstalling "nvidia system update". however in my case after reinstalling nforce drivers it did. also I've got "nvidia system update" which is integrated into "control panel".

the one which comes with display drivers I don't use so I'm not installing when updating graphics drivers.

#10
Posted 11/13/2011 12:48 PM   
[quote name='nemielas' date='13 November 2011 - 02:48 PM' timestamp='1321188526' post='1325623']
can't remember if I've tried uninstalling "nvidia system update". however in my case after reinstalling nforce drivers it did. also I've got "nvidia system update" which is integrated into "control panel".
the one which comes with display drivers I don't use so I'm not installing when updating graphics drivers.
[/quote]
hello.
had exactly the same problem with my gtx460, tried everything, nothing works, did system restore, worked.
cant imagine why release a tested update that dosnt work.
hope they fix the problem fast.
[quote name='nemielas' date='13 November 2011 - 02:48 PM' timestamp='1321188526' post='1325623']

can't remember if I've tried uninstalling "nvidia system update". however in my case after reinstalling nforce drivers it did. also I've got "nvidia system update" which is integrated into "control panel".

the one which comes with display drivers I don't use so I'm not installing when updating graphics drivers.



hello.

had exactly the same problem with my gtx460, tried everything, nothing works, did system restore, worked.

cant imagine why release a tested update that dosnt work.

hope they fix the problem fast.

#11
Posted 11/13/2011 06:11 PM   
I strongly recommend sending feedback to them so they know this is a major issue with a lot of us.
http://nvidia-submit.custhelp.com/app/ask
I strongly recommend sending feedback to them so they know this is a major issue with a lot of us.

http://nvidia-submit.custhelp.com/app/ask

#12
Posted 11/13/2011 11:59 PM   
I'm seeing the same thing after upgrading to the latest drivers on my 8800 GT.
I'm seeing the same thing after upgrading to the latest drivers on my 8800 GT.

#13
Posted 12/04/2011 04:49 AM   
Hi all

Getting the exact same error after upgrading to 285.62. Submitted it as an issue to nvidia using the link supplied by poster above.

Note: I tried the ntune uninstall. Strange thing. Control panel DID start up then, but as SOON as I selected an option, got the same 'stopped working' error. Closed it, then tried reopening, and again wont start - with same original error.

[b]UPDATE: [/b] I unistalled various Nvidia components (from Windows control panel uninstall program list) such as the performance monitor and system update. All I have left in the list related to Nvidia is the driver and Physx. Nvidia control panel works fine now.
Hi all



Getting the exact same error after upgrading to 285.62. Submitted it as an issue to nvidia using the link supplied by poster above.



Note: I tried the ntune uninstall. Strange thing. Control panel DID start up then, but as SOON as I selected an option, got the same 'stopped working' error. Closed it, then tried reopening, and again wont start - with same original error.



UPDATE: I unistalled various Nvidia components (from Windows control panel uninstall program list) such as the performance monitor and system update. All I have left in the list related to Nvidia is the driver and Physx. Nvidia control panel works fine now.

#14
Posted 12/16/2011 09:57 PM   
hey people Im having the same 'control panel' problem just as most of you are except when i try to do anything it says that nvidia connot find the proper hardware, because of this i cannot uninstall anything or update anything or re-install the drivers. any help? thanks
hey people Im having the same 'control panel' problem just as most of you are except when i try to do anything it says that nvidia connot find the proper hardware, because of this i cannot uninstall anything or update anything or re-install the drivers. any help? thanks

#15
Posted 02/24/2012 11:01 AM   
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