Posted 30 April 2006 - 05:55 AM
Do not be concerned about uninstalling your old drivers, you will notice no difference without them.
Typically what I do, when installing new video drivers is- uninstall the old drivers and then re-install the new ones. The thing that you have to look out for is that Windows does not delete the old driver files from your system and if it automatically installs the new drivers for you, it may just re-install the old drivers that you just uninstalled (if that makes sense!). You need to uninstall the drivers then manually install the new drivers. I would try- uninstalling the old drivers then installing the new drivers, then reboot your PC. Verify what version the new drivers are, and if they are the version you are looking for.
Hope this helps,
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