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Prozess Name: NVIDIA nView Desktop and Window Manager

Produkt: NVIDIA nView Desktop and Window Manager

Firma: NVIDIA Corporation

Datei: nview.dll

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"nview.dll" ist Teil des NVIDIA nView Desktop and Window Managers. Es ist für das System nicht wichtig, aber sein Entfernen verursacht Probleme mit der zugehörigen Software. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/deutsch/prozess/nview.dll.html 

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fette 2 bildschirme.clone mode alta
It came pre-installed on my laptop (along with XP Home) and I never experienced any probs. Takes a bit of getting used to, tweeking and configuring etc. but a part from that its all good. Only thing I would say is that I probably will slow down your PC a bit if it isn't brilliant spec, so maybe the compromise is to disable it when not in use?! Oh and its much better than Microsoft's version ;) My Opinion (for what it counts!)
Nvidia software Shalianahe
kept chrashing my PC with CPU-Usage 100% after some time (around 10hours of running). Renaming of the file (is in C:\windows\system32) solved the problem. Lost Multiple Desktop Support, Dual Monitor Support still works. Its actually from Nvidia. My Sys is WinXP Pro. Matze
geForce treiber
this is used by nvidia's interactive desktop, this allows the desktop to do more modes with the monitor, keeps it running smooth between applications.if you find it slows your computer it may be due to the fact taht your computers video card is not set up correctly, please install the card with all of its software to make use of the cards full potential Nvidia Tech.
The file "nview.dll" should probably not be removed. The sluggishness mentioned by several is likely caused by "nwiz.exe," a startup application, which can be safely disabled by those without multiple monitors. Crashes after an install is likely caused by a corrupt download. Go to the computer manufacturer's web site (not the nVIDIA web site which has generic drivers, not ones perhaps modified specifically for your computer - as the nVIDIA site says, especially so for laptop users) to download and install the latest nVIDIA drivers. Stewart
I was having trouble with CAD software and did a little snooping around with Process Explorer. Turns out this nview.dll attaches itself to every process that has a dialog (any sort of windows-shell based GUI window). If nview.dll didn't agree with something in the dialog (i have no idea what that might be) it would cause the process to "freeze" and send the CPU usage to a constant 100%. I did as Matze said and changed the name of the file. Seems to have worked fine; I have not got any errors so far, either. Windows XP Pro SP 2 on a Toshiba Laptop. NVidia 6600 Go. Sean
NVIDIA Geforce graphics driver danyplus
erweitert meine Nvidia-Graficcard 5600 um einige Zusätze; HuckleBerryFin
I have found some of my vaildated development programs crash and now my system cleanup programs wont work properly.( The error messages refer to nview.dll) .It seems to have got worse the more my disk fills (now 83%). Cooldude
Nvidia Desktop
It's part of the nVidia drivers. It's not dangerous, nor resource heavy. It gives multiple monitor options and other nView options (transparency on dragged windows and the taskbar), etc. Left click and select "nViewProperties" and you'll get a new window with options. That is what this is and controls. It's not dangerous.
Make sure to remove before inserting an ATI card, I didn't and I installed the ATI drivers over top of the NVIDIA ones. I later uninstalled NVIDIA in it's entirety. Unfortunatly nView is stuck in my control panel. I'd like to say NVIDIA software is crude in comparison to ATI. (hydravision rocks) If anyone knows a way to force remove it contact me.
auch möglich KEYLOGGER der AV Programme abschaltet Ralf Kaun
with reserve that video, screen drivers update can disable older software - experienced with photo album and photo manipulation software with reserve that video, screen drivers update can disable older software - experienced with photo album and photo manipulation software Dave
Comes with nvida displays.. Unless thers a problem you dont need to remove it, constant locking up of programs followed by a yes/no prompt by nview IS a problem.. Thats why i renamed the nview.dll in c:\windows\system32 Nvida make good cards Bad drivers/software ShambleS
gehört zu NVIDEA,meiner Graficcard 6100, erweitert die Funktionen Papst Saulus
Agree with some others here. Suspect nview somehow responsible for unpredictable freezing with CPU pegged (50% on dual core). Most frequently triggered when launching VBA editor; when I kill the process the CPU peg "cascades" over to some other process, usually whichever app I switch to next. End result is always a reboot since the cascade continues down to explorer.exe. BOOOOO!! Josh
nvidia stuff. Arran Fortuna
I started with a clean install, WinXP, I get the error everytime it boots now. It isn't malware/spyware in my case it's Nvidia. All graphics run perfectly, but the error message is annoying at startup. Leonidas
Völlig ungefährlich, teil von Nvidea Grafikkarten-Treiber TheMG

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