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cant uninstall network drivers completely

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#1 pcyouzer


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Posted 15 October 2016 - 09:55 PM

i had a weird blue screen error yesterday, i get those sometimes, this one doesnt look different than the other ones. now i cant connect to the internet. im on another device right now.


im not sure what to do and i tried a buncha stuff. i have to assume its a registry thing. how do you completely uninstall all traces of network drivers through registry?


i think this is registry so thats why im not giving specs about my system. i need to do this asap. busted my ass on google the past 24 hours and barely move dforward with this. the network drivers show up on the add/rmove programs list but they're stuck there. they dont show up in network connections. one would show up in device manager but it had a 'packet schedluer miniport' next to it and i got rid of it through registry.

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