In the settings of DC Cleaner.NET under Search >> Directories , what should I put in when running DC Cleaner.net? Right now it says C\Windows (Default Directory). Shouldn't I put just C\ so I can make sure all my files are searched? I believe there may be drivers associated with my Nvida 6150LE display adapter scattered throughout my PC. ( When I was new to this computer and downloading drivers, I can't remember where they got sent to). I'm just about ready to install my EVGA 7900GS card, and I want to make sure I'm getting everything right. While I'm at it I have a few more questions. I've got HP's manual on how they recommend adding a new card. 1st: Go into Device manager under Display adapters and choose Uninstall. Close programs,and shut down computer. 2nd:Install new card 3rd: Then they say upon boot-up go into Bios and disable on-board video(my integrated 6150le). That's where I have another question. When I go into the advanced tab in BIOS (under Primary Video Adapter) I'm given 3 choices. Onboard, PCI, or PCI-E. I'm assuming I choose PCI-E, because that's where the new card will reside. But at this moment, even though my PC has been using the onboard video all along, My BIOS has PCI checked. Maybe this is nothing, but just want to make sure I'm supposed to check PCI-E after new install. Then HP says to save and exit BIOS. After that, I guess I'll be prompted to insert my new card's CD to get the ball rolling. I hope that I can get some quick help. My open computer case is staring back at me with a virgin PCI-E slot, and I can't wait to bring her home tonight!