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Error: The remote file could not be openend

Postby xTcisloVe » Thu Nov 12, 2015 2:25 pm

Failed to download the latest Games & Application Database.
Error: The remote file could not be openend

Windows 10 64bit
Nvidia Geforce 560
Application Management Console is unblocked in firewall.

Maybe someone can help me with this error? I cant setup and use Nv GPU Pro.
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Re: Error: The remote file could not be openend

Postby NvGPUPro » Thu Nov 12, 2015 7:11 pm

Sorry for the delay, I was away.
Attached on this e-mail is the configurations of Nv GPU Pro to get started for your GPU specifically.

Simply do the following:
  1. Close Nv GPU Pro if it is running.
  2. Extract the zip file on your desktop. You should have a folder called “Nv GPU Pro”, and “settings.reg”.
  3. Cut and paste (replace all files if asked) Nv GPU Pro folder to: C:\Users\<ACCOUNT NAME>\AppData\Roaming\ (Note: AppData is a hidden windows folder)
  4. Double click on: settings.reg, and click on Yes on the dialog box that will show afterwards. You can now delete that file.

Now you can start Nv GPU Pro Monitor and Management console from the start menu and you are ready to go.

Sorry again for this experience,
If you need any further help, don’t hesitate to ask :)

You can download the file here: http://www.nvgpupro.com/private/J2a9381 ... ttings.zip
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Re: Error: The remote file could not be openend

Postby ovidiuminzat » Thu Jan 28, 2016 5:54 pm

Hello,

I have the same problem but with a GTX 660, should I do the same or I need different configuration files ?

I would appreciate any help because I can't use the Nv GPU Pro software.

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Re: Error: The remote file could not be openend

Postby NvGPUPro » Fri Jan 29, 2016 10:01 am

Hello!

Sorry about this.

Can you go to: C:\Users\<ACCOUNT NAME>\AppData\Local\NVIDIA Corporation\nTune\Profiles
And send me to support@nvgpupro.com or to the forum (zip the file): sysdflt.nsu

If you don't see the file, open the Nvidia Control Panel, on the right side pane, click on "Accept End User License Agreement" under "Performance", and click on "Agree". Close, and see if the file appeared.

This will allow me to prepare the setup configuration of Nv GPU Pro, so that it starts properly and configured for your system.
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Re: Error: The remote file could not be openend

Postby mastax » Sun Mar 13, 2016 3:42 pm

I've got the same problem. Unblocked in firewall. Tried reinstalling.

Windows 10 64
GTX 760

Thanks for the help

Edit:

I also have Microsoft Message analyzer and the Windows SDK installed so if you want me to record any debug information, let me know.
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Re: Error: The remote file could not be openend

Postby NvGPUPro » Mon Mar 14, 2016 1:41 pm

Your GPU is not supported. The current version of Nv GPU Pro supports up to the GeForce 500 series.
This is because Nvidia System Tools has been discontinued.
Sorry :/
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