NVIDIA DCH Drivers

Bournesup

Member
With nvidia going forward with their new drivers the control panel now must be installed via windows store. The reason I went to the newer driver is a improved security with 496.49.

I have updated my configuration, preset attached. Windows store is working, but the nvidia control panel will not open.

I get the following error. Cannot find C:\Program Files\WindowsApps\NVIDIACorp.NVIDIAControlPanel_8.1.961.0_x64__56jybvy8sckqj\ncplui.exe filter not present. Now I updated the security descriptors for the C:\Program Files\WindowsApps folder the folder and file does exist and I can execute the file via windows explorer.

Yes, I have done exhaustive searches on the internet but this error is really non existent. Is there an additional component required that I have removed to allow for the proper opening of nvidia control panel.
 

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AeonX

Active Member
FSFilter Anti-Virus - Windows Defender does real-time checking of new files.
If I remove Windows Defender is it safe to remove it? I removed all filters without having any apparent consequences but I don't know what might be going on behind the scenes.

FSFilter Activity Monitor - File Explorer will update the folder view based on detected activity.
Maybe this is because my Desktop doesn't always update the files shown when I download a file in the browser and save it to the Desktop, I removed that :p
 

garlin

Moderator
Staff member
Filters are deployed for mostly enterprise reasons.
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/ifs/allocated-altitudes

Activity Monitor
Undelete
Anti-Virus
Replication
Continuous Backup
Content Screener
Quota Management
System Recovery
Cluster File System
Hierarchical Storage Management
(System) Imaging
Compresssion
Encryption
Virtualization
Physical Quotas
Open File (Detection)
Security Enhancement
Copy Protection

Basically it's required for anything to snoop filesystem traffic. Much like a network analyzer does.
 
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