What is NvMcTray.dll? Is NvMcTray.dll spyware or a virus?
How to fix NvMcTray.dll related problems?
1. Run Security Task Manager to check your NvMcTray process
2. Run Windows Repair Tool to repair NvMcTray.dll related Windows Errors
3. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware
Process name: NVIDIA Media Center Library
Company: NVIDIA (nvidia.com)
This program implements a system tray icon for Nvidia graphics cards. It runs at boot time to load your default video profile, and then remains in the system tray to provide quick access to the Nvidia Media Center so you can change a variety of configuration options. This is not part of the Nvidia drivers and isn't required for proper operation of the graphics subsystem.
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Average user rating of NvMcTray.dll: based on 56 votes. Read also the 40 reviews.
980 users ask for this file. 44 users rated it as not dangerous. 3 users rated it as not so dangerous. One user rated it as neutral. 2 users rated it as little bit dangerous. 6 users rated it as dangerous. One user didn't rate it ("don't know").
|All comments about NvMcTray.dll:|
|NVidia Display Driver Peter|
|Nvidia Tray dll. Loads your default video profile upon exec and remains doing nothing. Sebastian Muņiz.|
|NVIDIA Corporation Pascal|
|part of nvidia driver suite See also: Link Georg|
|Nvidia System Tray process. Loads your default video profile upon startup. Jonathan|
|It puts an icon in your system tray so you have quick access to your saved profiles and display properties Dustman|
|nVidia Driver Snake|
|for nvidia sorted if you use it pcboob|
|Makes Nvidia graphics card run. Completely safe.|
|Nvidia options icon jerm|
|Part of nVidia GPU Drivers Steven|
|part of nVidia drivers fotis|
|Loads your video display profile, sticks an icon in your system tray then just sits there ACEBRAVO|
|runs in system tray, and gives you quick access to display settings. kreator|
|System tray icon for easy access to your nVidia graphic card options and setup. I am not sure though if it is necessary for normal operation of the graphic card. Praetorian|
|it is a Nvidia display driver helper that pcpitstop says is not needed on startup and I was reccomended to disable it. How i do that I dont know. Jake|
|Most of these entries are incorrect. This nVidia file is NOT part of the drivers and is not required. It only acts as a shortcut to nVidia control panel. I always uncheck it in msconfig. McFly|
|Part of nVidia's driver dll. Lith|
|Once again, just an NVIDIA application. Make sure that this file is labeled as a .dll. If it's .exe delete it. And of course like all the other NVIDIA .exe's and .dll's there will be NO network traffic, if there is you got yourself a virus or spyware. Howard D.|
|Nvidia graphics driver pard of video card installation Moko|
|error loading c:windows/NVMCTRAY.dll and c:/sys32/NVCPL.dll when doing a clean boot unable to delete or rename this file but able to as administrator but doing so might make the computer go to sleep mode and wake up automatically . hapens with NVIDIA GeForce fx5200 this is a bug if you have not updated your driver if still getting the same then look for it under non plug and play devices in device manager and remove it Roxio|
|NVIDIA Media Center Tray Icon. Safe, but unneeded. syeager|
|Loads settings on startup, then exits. This program should not stay running in your Task Manager. nVidia Guy|
|Nvidia's tray icon/ Steve|
|Nvidia Media Library is not dangerous. I give it a level 2 because it is a program that is not necessary. The Nvidia tray has no real purpose since you can right click anywhere on the empty part of the screen to gain access. Recommendation, go to you msconfig and uncheck the box. It is not needed and takes up resources. See also: Link Trevor Goble|
|This file is the NVIDIA Media Center Library so... it isn't dangerous at all Berith|
|It only acts as a shortcut to nVidia control panel. Nvidia should disable it by default and others should fallow. Keeping youre system clean from unneccesary processes is the key for fast performance. Just like youre toilet youre OS will crap up at one point. yokohama|
|Its nvidia's driver, do not fear it ;p BB|
|nvidia control pannel taskbar icon theelous3|
|Not vital, can be disabled. Part of Nvidia display service in taskbar. Moo|
|Windows Defender alerted me.That there is a change. Check it out. It starts when windows start, So I think you don't need it, as I saw this change after running windows for months.|
|Was installed with my Video PC Card. Seems to have valid signature allende.nl.mx|
|Windows vista/xp/me Startup Initialization file|
|most ppl say its an nvidia tray icon. i had it but i didnt see any tray icon. mik|
|It looks like an Nvidia legit file, but is in fact the running part of a fake Windows Security alert scareware. Turns off Malware Malwarebytes, just delete it from system32 and registry run. Mark K|
|Nvidia tray process See also: Link VASCAO EH NOIX|
|just a start up entry file Rajat|
|Got the nvmctray.dll missing error? Maybe my problem can help you. I was using a boot speed accelerator (soluto) which allowed me to take these two items out of startup: Nvidia driver helper service (Nvidia helper), and Nvidia display properties extension (Nvidia Prop Ext). Started getting the error. Putting them back in boot stopped the error. lawmaven|
|Totally safe, but unnecessary and can be disabled. Q|
|Automatically updated NVIDIA driver, then my IE 8 was been controlled by some advertisements, when you click on any websites, unpredictable advertisements could appear. NvMctray.dll 106KB, nvmctray.dll 106KB, nvmctray.dll 84 KB appeared in different directories, totally six times. Jerry|
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