Hi, Just a grumble about Nvidia update module.... I don't install the Update module when I install the nvidia driver and the UpdatusUser account and Nvidia Update Service is still created/installed by the driver and it's active. To me this is bordering on the line of malware behaviour. Bloatware is not welcome when I select for it not to be installed! So every time I update my Nvidia driver if I don't want the extra fluff I have to: 1) Access Computer Management -> Services and Applications -> Services -> Nvidia Update Service Daemon then Stop it and Disable it 2) Then Computer Management -> System Tools -> Local Users and Groups -> Users -> UpdatusUser then delete the account. 3) Open regedit and start cleaning the mess that Nvidia has littered through my registry for an update module that I didn't want or ask for! 4) Go and delete the Update files from ProgramFiles and ProgramFiles(x86)... grrrr 5) open Explorer, C:\Users\UpdatusUser and delete that as well.... I wrote some code to automate the above for me, but it just shouldn't be happening. Iit's not acceptable to me, if there's an option to not install the update module then it should be addhered to when selected. The driver works fine without this extra fluff and I should not have to jump through hoops to have it not installed. Why don't I like the sneaky method of creating an unknown to the user account? Because it leaves more holes in my already holey system. I'm able to acces the nvidia Update account via an autoit script and elevate privilages accross the whole system.. So if I can do that then what can someone with ill intent and experienced coding knowlledge do? For me Nvidia has moved from trusted unquestioned driver/software to "keep an eye on it an be careful, their sticking crap in I don't want...". There is already enough of this crap going on in windows and every other 3rd party software, I really don't want more. gripe over, move along.