> To Start: I have an asus invidia nforce 4 mother board and when I want
> remove my video card driver (7900gt co). I have downloaded the newest
> drivers for my mother board Any way under ad & remove programs it does
> give me the option to remove the video driver only. Not there!! So I
> tried to update the driver from the internet and also with windows
> update. I
> have nothing but solid colors and verticle lines when i try to update
> driver. (Over write.) I expect that the old driver is iterfereing withe
> new driver during install I am disabled the driver in safe mode and
> uninstalled it in safe mode. Did not work correctly. I have installed
> the new
> driver that I downloaded in safe mode. It does not show the new driver
> when I
> look for it.The old driver from windows is still there. In programs it
> show the driver there though 169.25.. I have done every trick I know.
> Not a
> problem with drivers with xp only vista.
> Any ideas... Thanks
> Bill S.
Installing the new driver should replace the old one for you. Sometimes
you will need to restart the computer for the new one to be applied
To uninstall a driver, you will need to go into the Control Panel
(Classic View) and click on the Device Manager icon. In Device Manager,
expand the device type and right click on the device and click
Uninstall. You can see what driver version it is by right clicking on
the device and click Properties, then click on the Driver tab.
Hope this helps,
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