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For the new Nvidia drivers there is this service called NvXDsync.exe running after the nvvsvc.exe, do i need this service running? Thanks that would be great. Also do i need it?

asked Nov 02 '10 at 20:32

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It is nvidia software process... It is best to not touch it not end that process... I think it is something to do with 3D or another special viewing effect, or it would be part of the UI

answered Nov 02 '10 at 20:35

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Ok,thanks for the info. I did some research on google, there were so many different answers like leave or stop the process cuz it taking up ram.

(Nov 02 '10 at 21:26) carfreak9101 carfreak9101's gravatar image

Its part of the 3D driver, so ye you can cut it, but you will then be in trouble when playing 3D games or 3D processes.

answered Nov 02 '10 at 21:28

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NvXDsync.exe Is a virus I just download AVG Antivirus Free Edition from http://www.free-antivirus.co/ , AVG detect NvXDsync.exe as a virus, maybe is an virus that create a process name with this name, this application should be a process from Nvidia drivers.

answered May 16 '11 at 11:40

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Right click on NvXDsync.exe file go to "Properties" in "Details" tab, and check if Copyright = "Nvidia"

answered May 16 '11 at 11:46

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