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How do I unistall my Video card drivers

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by doors11, Oct 1, 2003.

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  1. doors11

    doors11 Thread Starter

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    I posted earlier about added a new video card.I need to unistall
    my old drivers first, before installing the new video card..

    I'm using the nvida 45.23 drivers..I want to install them back after i install the new card.

    Can i do it using the control panel /add remove programs?

    In that i have these programs

    nVida file remover v0.5
    Nvida WDM Drivers
    Nvida Windows 95/98 me Display driver
    NVmax

    Or is there a better way to unistall the drivers.


    Also when i reinstall these 45.23 drivers after installing the new video card.Should i Change my adapter to standard vga.

    Any help would be great.

    A Step by step would be even better.

    Thanks
     
  2. gotrootdude

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    Switch to standard vga, uninstall the drivers through the control panel, shut down install new card, boot up, install new drivers.
     
  3. pronute

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    also uninstall in add and remove programs all NVidia software
     
  4. StillLearnin'

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