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It sounds like you may have a corrupt .net install. This is very common. You can try to remove all .net framework from your computer using add/Remove programs or Programs Manager depending on your version of Windows. Then run the .NET Framework Cleanup tool located here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/astebner/archive/2008/08/28/8904493.aspx. Once that is done you can re-install .NET Framework starting with version 1.1 and progressing all the way to 4.5. Do not skip a version. Put them all on in order. Also run windows update after each one to fully update it before you move to the next version. It will take a while, but this will give you the best chance of getting a clean .NET Framework install. FYI the divide by zero error usually indicates that the program is trying to call a function that either does not exist, or using incorrect parameters, or errors out without returning a error code.

To summarize .NET Framework is a mess!

Edit: looks like this may actually be an issue with Inspector and the new drivers from NVidia after looking around the net. Take a look at this thread where the author of the software appears to be responding. Maybe he will update with a fix: http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?s=6eb8cba5d04cb5af7bda11420966d027&p=4542699#post4542699
Edited by Warsteiner - 3/4/13 at 12:55pm
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I think I will just call it good, I don't intend to overclock it on a full time basis....because nothing I play requires it. 98% of my gaming is Borderlands 2, which at full maxed settings doesn't even stutter slightly...so...I am just going to wait for a better nvidia inspector/drivers. I did notice before it failed that it too will only allow +135 to core....it does allow +1400 to memory, but mine is giving up at +1000 so I don't need more mem mhz. I don't supppose there is anything else out there?
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Look, you're trying to overclock a mobile GPU's memory by 1000MHz. That's asking for a LOT. Just sayin'.

Someone else managed to get to +1GHz memory. But you're doing it wrong if you think you can overclock to the max just because someone else did. wink.gif
     
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Originally Posted by Imglidinhere View Post

Look, you're trying to overclock a mobile GPU's memory by 1000MHz. That's asking for a LOT. Just sayin'.

Someone else managed to get to +1GHz memory. But you're doing it wrong if you think you can overclock to the max just because someone else did. wink.gif

I have no clue what anyone else did....I just started pushing like 100mhz...no issues....200mhz, no issues....350mhz, no issues....fine 900mhz, no issues....1000mhz last test started a glitch or two....ran Fire Strike and failed quickly...back it to 906 and rerun just fine lol.
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Then there you go. 900mhz memory overclock is a fine overclock for any laptop GPU.
     
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Yes, 900MHz is nothing to sneeze at!

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Yes, 900MHz is nothing to sneeze at!

Now to get that GPU clock up! biggrin.gif
    
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Yes, 900MHz is nothing to sneeze at!

Now to get that GPU clock up! biggrin.gif

It was maxed....software limit.
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Oh well. You're running it around the level of the GTX 560 Ti now with that overclock. smile.gif
     
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I am thinking of getting this so I can not have that tiny...yet annoying receiver from my G700 sticking out, I realize its tiny, but if that mSATA slot is full I can't sit around and try to buy an mSATA SSD.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mini-PCI-e-to-USB-driver-card-wifi-wireless-card-bluetooth-adapter-converter-182-/170995263293?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item27d01ca73d
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