Hi, New here so I hope I am in the correct section of the forum. I did not see any similar issues like mine so I am posting a few questions in case someone else has had a similar problem or may have a solution. I recently installed a new PNY Nvidia 9600 GSO 768mb graphics card to replace my old and basic Dell-installed ATI 300. The card works great as my games all are playing very well as compared to the past. I have no problem with the card's functioning. However, I absolutely cannot bring up the Nvidia Control Panel selection. I can click on the Nvidia icon in the lower right screen task bar and bring up a small window that offers me basic settings such as screen resolution, color, rotation, etc., and make changes on these settings. There is a selection for bringing up the NVidia Control Panel near the very bottom of the window, however, selecting it only causes the cursor to show an hourglass for split second before returning to a cursor. Also, going directly into the Windows Control Panel, I can locate an Nvidia Control Panel icon there, but selecting that produces the same effect - nothing. I have been in contact with the PNY tech support over the past week, and they have been very helpful in attempting to offer possible solutions, however, the turnaround has been very slow as it takes awhile to get a response and get back to them with the results, etc. So far, I have attempted, several times, the following steps, suggestions from PNY: Uninstalling and re-installing all drivers, either from the card's enclosed CD or the Nvidia website. Installing a Driver Cleanup program prior to any reinstallation. Disabling all programs from the Windows Startup tab prior to reinstallation. Again, no issues with the card's performance - I just want to be able to bring up the Control Panel for it. Any thoughts or ideas on why it may not be showing up? Thanks for listening.