Nvidia Driver Problems

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I have ASUS ENGTX 560 DC/2DI/1GD5 with 280 version drivers installed and I cannot enable Windows Aero Effect with my card, I get these errors when I try to fix it:
http://www.dodaj.rs/f/1e/Ln/1U2hgrem/image-122.png
And this when I start Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor:
http://www.dodaj.rs/f/W/df/1OqznR70/image-212.png
It says that my card doesn't support Windows Aero.. I mean... LOL ... One of the better cards can't support simple Aero effect.
My PC specs are:
ASUS P8Z68-V
i5 2500k
2x2GB Kingston HyperX 1600Mhz
and this 560 Nvidia card...
And when I try to Update or reinstall my drivers I get this Error page :/
http://www.dodaj.rs/f/10/FT/43WjEYaq/image-35.png
Till now I've tried uninstalling the drivers with various types of Driver Cleaning programs, I've tried cleaning up the registry too and everything, but I still cannot pass the error window which I showed above(it's the 3rd picture) when I want to install my drivers. What should I do ??? Please help!
 

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I have Windows 7 Service pack 1 installed and updates are turned on.
I can try removing those files, jsut thele where exactly to locate them and their names.. But I think it wont work : /
 

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I don't know which ones are Nvidia dlls, there are too many random named files and folders.. :/


I have not tried anything in Safe mode, Maybe that could help. I was thinking about downloading Service Pack 1 again and reinstall it, maybe it will help in some way (refresh some system files or something) : /
 

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Done that now, deleted everything related with Nvidia from my PC and when I try to install the latest drivers again I get the same error. :/
 
I had a similar issue when I first got my 560's and I tried to install them on an old install of Vista and again when I reformatted and installed W7 64 and both times I had to keep clicking on windows update, shutting down rebooting and clicking on windows update in an effort to force some updates that didn't seem to happen automatically and after a bit the driver installed without any problem.
 

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So you installed your drivers Via Windows Update, not over Nvidia official site for their drivers ?
 

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Ohh.. But when I first installed my card I think that the drivers were automatically downloaded :/ .. maybe it's the best way to do the fresh system install, to turn off my Internet connection(or to turn off windows update) and to install drivers which I already downloaded manually.. ? Hope it will fix my Windows Aero problem too :/