I am having frequent network connection drop, old & well reported problem with no real cure so I want to update the new Marvell Yukon driver but when I uninstall the present driver windows roll back to the older version, I even tried uninstalling the Ethernet card but on next reboot the windows automatically installs the old driver.
Is there a way that I completely get rid of all the past version drivers installed for this & only the new version should remain there.
I installed Playon on my computer. My trial has expired and I want to remove the software completely so I can reinstall it and use another trial period. Please tell me how can I remove the software completely. Right now it doesn't remove completely and when I install after reinstall it still show the trial is expired.
I installed Tune Up Utilities, used it for a while, then uninstalled, using Windows 7 Manager instead. Anyway, I uninstalled it, and I even used Your Uninstaller 2010 which deleted all extra reg entries etc, but for some reason my recycle bin still says "TuneUp Undelete", and who knows how much other crap is left over. I restarted and still there.
How I can completely uninstall System Mechanic from computer running windows 7? I tried following the instructions at this thread here: [URL] but it seems windows 7 has a different way of handling the uninstall.
I have some problem with Microsoft outlook when set up gmail account, so I have uninstall outlook and dellete all file . pst,Now I reinstall MS outlook and start up, It require the file .pst but couldn't find out. After that, outlook shut down.how to uninstall outlook completely in order that I can reinstall and set up account as begining
I have Compaq Presario C784TU laptop with windows 7 updated on it. Recently while watching a movie, the audio suddenly started giving problems. I updated my audio driver in the device manager and it installed Conexant High Definition Audio Driver 221. After installing that, my audio completely stopped working. Also,that my headphones are working but only the speakers have stopped working. I have checked all the settings and also I don't think there is any problem with the hardware.
Basically, This computer has always been very stable, but now it seems to BSOD completely at random, and I'm at a complete loss as to why.
The time after which these problems started was when I went through and updated a host of drivers and the BIOS (all of which, having been neglected, were hideously out of date). I had also just installed a new Asus Xonar sound card.
Initially I thought it was going to be the new sound card, so I ripped that out and uninstalled it's drivers. Problem didn't go away. Tried switching off some of the integrated hardware the BIOS had turned on when it got updated (serial port, extra sata controller etc), and again, uninstalling the drivers for those. No luck. Had a look at the crash dumps in WinDbg, which weren't terribly helpful as they always pointed to "ntkrnlmp.exe" (which as I understand it is the very core of the Windows Kernel) and faulting process seems to be equally as random as the time it happens - over the five times it's happened, it's been steam, msn, skyrim and "System" twice. I tried reinstalling windows a-fresh (on my nice new SSD), install clean copies of all the latest drivers directly from the Motherboard manufacturer's website (and AMD in the case of the graphics): Low and behold! It still BSODs. All I can conclude is that ONE of these drivers is faulty somehow (or possibly the BIOS, I havn't tried downgrading that), but I can't work out for the life of me which one, and the few I've tried uninstalling have made no difference.
My only inkling is that it seems to happen most frequently when there is a disk access (like saving a game, or me moving some files around), so maybe it's to do with that?
I currently have an amd radeon 5850 and I am having a little trouble playing black ops 2 when I play the game everything works fine and smooth besides when i zoom in with a gun my fps drops significantly so i decided to try and update my drivers do i need to uninstall the old ones first. Or will installing the new drivers overwright the old ones
I have installed a Logitech webcam. It installed a driver called 'Logitech Mic (Notebooks Deluxe)'. The driver causes my computer to hard power off (crashes it immediately) when I start a cam program (u-Broadcast). I know how to disable and un-install the driver through Device Manager/Sound..., but every time I plug something into a USB port or reboot, the driver automatically re-installs itself.
I have a Gateway AMD laptop running Win 7 Home Premium and it will not recognize a couple of my USB devices. After doing some research, I read that it can be caused by AMD's USB (Audio) Filter Driver and that I need to disable or uninstall the driver.
The driver does not appear anywhere in the Device Manager; but, I did find it in the C:/Program Files (x86)/AMD folder.
The problem I'm facing is that I cannot uninstall it. If I go to Control Panel and pull up the Programs, it does not appear there.
Can someone please tell me how I can uninstall this driver?
After a power cut, I can't connect to my router and as a result to the internet anymore. It keeps telling me the network is unidentified. I downloaded my motherboard's network driver (Asus M3N78-VM), installed it, then through Upgrade I selected the driver from NVidia as opposed to Microsoft. Did not work.
I then tried to Uninstall network drivers, or Disabling them. When doing that, my PC is in an infinite loop to uninstall the driver, or to disable it. Also changing IP setting manually and pressing Close in the Local Area Network window _sometimes_ makes my PC go stuck as well (often after disabling IPv6).
I do not have the Bonjour service running (says the Bonjour removal tool), I do have Adobe PS2 for some time and Adobe Reader.
It's hopeless, I can't think of what is wrong or how to remove the network driver properly. I'm up to a point to reinstall the OS, but that involves a lot of work, so if it can be done without it would be great.
Preparing to custom install Win 7 but "adviser" recommends downloading a IC Plus Ethernet Adapter 10/100 for Window 7, and it seems one is not available, closer examination of the mini disc reveals a CNET driver (for XP) (and works) but again, no Win 7 driver available at CNET or on mini disc.
And I keep getting directed to some driver all inclusive salesmart, I am upgrading O/S to avoid them in the first place.
The driver for my HP 1018 has become corrupted and I tried to reinstall it. However, when I tried to uninstall the existing driver via the HP Print and Scan Doctor it informed me that I must uninstall it via the Windows Control Panel, as its uninstaller component is not present.
However, there is no mention of the HP program on the Control Panel. I tried using the Microsoft Fixit program, but as HP was not listed it asked me to insert the Product Code. Where can I find that?
im trying to update drivers for intel hd graphics card on my laptop with a clean install of the new drivers and everytime i uninstall and delete all the old driver files windows automatically re installs them.
I'm using home premium so i cant use the gps.edit method to prevent it from re installing them. I have also tried the turn off out automatic updates and changing the driver device settings and i havent had any luck.
Is there any other way to prevent windows from re installing the old drivers?
I'm having audio issues and i suspect its Microsoft drivers because i deactivated them and saw improvement in the sound quality. Then i uninstall and reboot and they keep on installing. I disabled the windows auto driver install to never. Even if i reboot they are activated automatically upon reboot.
My D-Link router is not working virgin want me to connect my laptop to the router with the ethernet cable,but it appears I do not have an ethernet driver. I need to download one but from where? I have tried system restoring but it hasnt brought it back and they say they cant fix my router until the driver is there. my other driver are realtek and I am using windows 7.
Yesterday I completely wiped my computer down to the bone, and found out that my ethernet driver was removed. I am currently connecting with a rosewill wireless usb, although I do want my ethernet card back. The usb gradually makes my internet slower and does occasionally make my computer crash. I am currently using a HP Pavilion Slimline s5710f PC and it is running on Windows 7.
I've installed the original Windows 7 Professional x64 on my desktop and it doesn't install the ethernet controllers!!! i've tried everything, even installing the ones on GIGABYTE's website. Btw, my motherboard is a P35-DS3L rev. 2.0, tried a lot of drivers, no one seems to work! what am i possibly doing wrong???