Because the uninstallation needs to happen first, I can't "restore" the files in the interface (regardless of whether that will work or not). e.ping Fire the manager . Giving up, I emailed nVidia and waded through bots suggesting solutions. Method Not Allowed . I think that the reason the interface is not available is due to key files in the web interface being deleted during some partial uninstallation. Looking in the actual Apache folder (found where you choose to install everything), it seems that there are some files missing (conjecture, not sure about this). Next error "can't shut down web-server". Compared to external Ethernet offerings, the NVIDIA solution ensures that future upgrades and enhancements incorporate changes to the appropriate part of the complete data path. I think that the reason the interface is not available is due to key files in the web interface being deleted during some partial uninstallation.
Then use Yukon NIC instead. Personally, I would recommend you forget Network Access Manager altogether and go for a well established software firewall. Luckily my board has 2 network connections and I use the Marvell Yukon GbE and my hardware firewakk from my router as well as Norton Internet security firewall. It happened to me when I was updating mobo drivers, after which the firewall just didn't work. Category Necessary Components License Free Language English 41,794 Total downloads 9 Softonic rating 6.8 User rating Download Display Tuner 1.7 Icon Description Adjust your monitor more easily. NVCleaner as opposed to Driver Cleaner Pro, or are they essentially the same thing? yroethiel Thanks, I'll try disabling it in the BIOS tonight. Then the computer rebooted randomly (firewall detecting something trying to change it?).