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Need Help with nvidia hardpage

Discussion in 'nVHardPage' started by Caebron, Dec 17, 2005.

  1. Caebron

    Caebron Member

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    Uhm, being a dumb n00b I started playing around with nvidia hardpage and now all my settings are messed up! Games look like crap (fuzzy)...

    How do I reset everytihg to default??

    Please help!!
     
  2. Wolverine69r

    Wolverine69r Guest

    click the reset button in nvhardpage
     
  3. Caebron

    Caebron Member

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    So there is a reset button - I've been looking for one but couldn't find it anywhere.
     
  4. Wolverine69r

    Wolverine69r Guest

    yes

    when you open up the direct3d or opengl options its in the top right corner
     

  5. Caebron

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    Thanx a mil man!!!!!
     
  6. Caebron

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    [​IMG]

    I don't see it... :frown:
     
  7. GSB

    GSB Maha Guru

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    Yea I just looked and I don't see a reset in mine either. The program is for fine tuning settings so it would make sense that there is no button to reset ALL the settings to default. I don't know if mine is the latest version though so maybe if you get the latest version? Otherwise, I'd say just uninstall it and use your nvidia control panel to reset to defaults.
     
  8. Caebron

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    Well, I did figure that the 'fuzziness' was due to high LOD settings, so at least I got that resolved.

    Thanks for the input!

    Oh, and HardPage can't be uninstalled, you can only run it.
     
  9. GSB

    GSB Maha Guru

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    Just delete it I meant :)
     
  10. Caebron

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    Deleting wouldn't take care of the registry changes though, would it?

    Although the issue is resolved, that is an interesting question...
     

  11. Matuus

    Matuus Master Guru

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    Hi,
    although is Reset button missing in nVHardPage SE, you can delete all registry keys with nVHardPage built-in registry editor.

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