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Device manager > Graphics card uninstall

- Mon, 19 Feb 2018 19:12:17 EST SDMyHh4P No.121641
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If i uninstall my graphics card from the Device Manager....

Then restart my computer, will it install back on relaunch?

(The HDMI output isn't running correctly and thought this might fix it)
NigelBruttingbuck.hlp - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 19:26:16 EST uKrxzjC7 No.121642 Reply
If it is an onboard driver most likely it would recognize and install. If a separate card
get the drivers from the website.

But you cand got to windows update and select option updates. It would be the first few options, install what correlates to your card, monitor etc. Forget the rest.
(97%? really no issues if you remove the drivers.
PhineasSirrywell.pcl - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 05:48:08 EST oD76BDaE No.121647 Reply
I assume this is a plugin card.

If it is a plugin card, do msconfig under start/run, see what is under start.
May be some worthless stuff related to the card or monitor.

Some disagree, especially tech from companies and say get drivers from the cards website. I think windows update does just fine with graphics cards and monitors. Could be a monitor driver as well.

But my point is updates from websites often install stuff you may never need. Nor want performance wise.
CharlotteHinnerbudge.art - Thu, 22 Feb 2018 06:27:17 EST v8LzmCtL No.121648 Reply
It'd probably be safer to uninstall from add/remove first, reboot the computer
sometimes it'll get redetected. then uninstall from device manager and reboot again to make sure it's completely gone (should default to generic VGA). at that point you can reinstall the driver from scratch.

because otherwise the driver files are still there and it'll autodetect upon reboot.

unless that IS your goal. then do as you mentioned originally.
this behavior hasn't been standardized (despite Microsoft guidelines) and your results may vary depending on device and manufacturer...

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