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To be honest, I think youre doing something incorrectly. Your drivers should not be this difficult to install.

1)I would do a system restore back to before you had the registry errors.

2)Open Driver Sweeper >check Nvidia chipset, Nvidia display, and Nvidia Physx. Press Clean. Restart PC when asked to.

3)After restart, download these physx drivers...http://www.nvidia.com/object/physx-9...13-driver.html and then install them.

4)Restart PC

You should have successfully removed the Nvidia drivers and re-installed the needed .dll files to run Metro 2033.
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You can just keep them installed... I've kept ATi and Nvidia drivers installed when I've switched cards. Never had a issue yet
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To be honest, I think youre doing something incorrectly. Your drivers should not be this difficult to install.

1)I would do a system restore back to before you had the registry errors.

2)Open Driver Sweeper >check Nvidia chipset, Nvidia display, and Nvidia Physx. Press Clean. Restart PC when asked to.

3)After restart, download these physx drivers...http://www.nvidia.com/object/physx-9...13-driver.html and then install them.

4)Restart PC

You should have successfully removed the Nvidia drivers and re-installed the needed .dll files to run Metro 2033.
I did the first 2 steps before but thanks for directing me to the physx drivers that has corrected my problem. The drivers still show up in my program list but no longer exist so that doesn't bother me.

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