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Old October 9, 2011, 05:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Slik View Post
When installing a different card or drivers, first uninstall drivers from Device Manager in Windows. Reboot and install new card or drivers.
Doing it that way still leaves residues every where like all of the folders . CCleaner is good just uninstall then run the ccleaner logout ( or reboot ) then back into your PC install the new driver. the thing is that every single time you install something onto your OS it leaves a reg which can ( after a while) make this a li9ttle messy and cause small irritating problems . anyway ccleaner also asks of you want to backup the reg before you do clean it out so there is know worries there.
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