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Old March 30, 2013, 04:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Bond007 View Post
Just put it in, boot up, uninstall old driver and install new ones.
its other way round first uninstall current video driver, but have the current driver

for other card before doing so.

boot in safe mode, un-install video adapter driver reboot in to windows to select /allow

windows default video driver to load

then shut down and swap video cards an boot in to windows

and direct to where your current video drivers for new card

more reboots but done right
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