How to remove video card drivers?
So sometimes it happens that a driver update may entail a depressing decline in the quality of computer video. The reason for this is too old (worn) map. Another possible reason is the erroneous installation of software for a video card other than the one installed on the computer.
For information on how to remove video card drivers in order to install another one from scratch, read on.
- First open the "Control Panel". Find the “System” icon and double-click this icon. You can right-click to open the "My Computer" menu to go from it to the "Properties" submenu (the result will be the same).
- In the window with system properties, select the subsection "Device Manager". In Windows 7, it is available on the left side of the "System" window. If you are using Windows XP, then open the “Hardware” tab in this window. "Device Manager" will be there.
- You will see a multi-level list containing a list of all devices. Expand the Video Adapters group to see your video card.
- Double-click on the name of the video card. After that you will see a window with the properties of this device. Here you need to open the tab "Driver".
- Select "Delete" from the window that appears.
Before removing the old video card driver, make sure that you have something to replace it. After uninstalling, install another driver and reboot.
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