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Default 07-23-2013, 22:29 | posts: 644 | Location: Croatia

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Will try to research on this.
You are for the moment the only one who reported this sort of thing.
It is a known issue that there could be a black screen with SLI users.
But this is something out of our control and the cause is the driver directly.

You could try it in safe mode to see if the result would be different. Technically this will avoid the Black screen.

as for the NVCP not reset to default, could be permission issue to fix on our side or it could be that you have reset your system before the cleanup has finished.

Can you give us a copy paste of the log ?
I really recommend for you to try to do another shot in SafeMode


EDIT : As I think of it,the NVCP problem could be a bug I introduced in v3.3 Check on V3.4 when its released (soon) if it fix it.
Log file after doing it all through SAFE mode.

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I would also like to add that when I ran the program for the first time(as explained in the post before), after the program ''finished'' the NVCP control panel still appeared after restart in the bottom tray.
   
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Default 07-23-2013, 22:44 | posts: 2,389 | Location: ****l (Qc) , Canada

Have you tried V 3.4 ? I think it will fix the problem

Tell us if the nvcp is clean after
   
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Default 07-23-2013, 23:42 | posts: 172 | Location: Pripyat, Kiev, Ukraine

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Log file after doing it all through SAFE mode.

 Click to show spoiler


I would also like to add that when I ran the program for the first time(as explained in the post before), after the program ''finished'' the NVCP control panel still appeared after restart in the bottom tray.

I think as Wagnard said this has been fixed, as you can see it was unable to delete some folders/files. Also, as it says it's recommended you disable your internet connection, because Windows WILL install an Nvidia driver. (Win8 only I think.) I believe it installs 311.06 or something. (May be different for different cards, probably is). But the best thing you can do is try it again on the new version, before you do it disable your internet connection. (Just disable the adapter, that'd be the easiest way.)
   
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Default 07-23-2013, 23:58 | posts: 644 | Location: Croatia

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Have you tried V 3.4 ? I think it will fix the problem

Tell us if the nvcp is clean after
Did it with 3.4 worked fine, everything is ok now.

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I think as Wagnard said this has been fixed, as you can see it was unable to delete some folders/files. Also, as it says it's recommended you disable your internet connection, because Windows WILL install an Nvidia driver. (Win8 only I think.) I believe it installs 311.06 or something. (May be different for different cards, probably is). But the best thing you can do is try it again on the new version, before you do it disable your internet connection. (Just disable the adapter, that'd be the easiest way.)
I disabled windows updates, I turn them on when I find something I need.

No drivers auto downloading and updating here, everything's ok.

P.S. to all previously asking if I have SLI, I dont.
   
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Default 07-24-2013, 07:32 | posts: 899 | Location: South Africa

Thanks for this application! Will definitely give it a try when a new driver comes out! Glad to see an alternative to Driver Sweeper in development
   
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Default 07-25-2013, 03:24 | posts: 172 | Location: Pripyat, Kiev, Ukraine

I've updated the program, now it can just be a single exe, no need for the zip and extracting it all, it now has devcon in resources, and extracts it's self from the program, but I can't upload the new version because I can't upload to the Google Drive. So you'll have to wait on Wagnard.
   
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Default 07-25-2013, 10:54 | posts: 2,389 | Location: ****l (Qc) , Canada

Release will be probably later today or tomorrow. I work 12 hours shift today...
Nice job on this shady
   
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Default 07-26-2013, 01:55 | posts: 172 | Location: Pripyat, Kiev, Ukraine

3.5 Released. Main link updated.
   
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Default 07-26-2013, 15:03 | posts: 2,389 | Location: ****l (Qc) , Canada

This update is recommended for. Nvidia user as it clean more stuff related to the updatususers (nvidia update / experience)

There is also some log work and the integration of devcon directly inside the exe.

For more details, refer to the svn changes.
   
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Default 07-31-2013, 20:21 | posts: 58

with 3.5:

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DDU Version V3.5
Uninstalling NVIDIA driver ...
Executing DEVCON Remove
DEVCON Remove Display Complete
DEVCON Remove Audio/hdmi Complete
Executing Driver Store cleanUP(find OEM)...
oem16.inf found
Executing Driver Store cleanUP(Delete OEM)...
Driver package 'oem16.inf' deleted.

oem2.inf found
Executing Driver Store cleanUP(Delete OEM)...
Deleting the specified driver package from the machine failed

because it is in use by a device.

oem3.inf found
Executing Driver Store cleanUP(Delete OEM)...
Deleting the specified driver package from the machine failed

because it is in use by a device.

Driver Store cleanUP complete.
Cleaning process/services...
Killing Explorer.exe
Cleaning UpdatusUser users account if present
Un objet répertoire inconnu a été demandé

Cleaning Diectory
Répertoire 'C:\NVIDIA' introuvable.
Répertoire 'C:\Users\Charles\AppData\Local\NVIDIA' introuvable.
Répertoire 'C:\Users\Charles\AppData\Roaming\NVIDIA' introuvable.
Répertoire 'C:\Program Files\Common Files\NVIDIA Corporation' introuvable.
Répertoire 'C:\Program Files (x86)\NVIDIA Corporation' introuvable.
Répertoire 'C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA' introuvable.
Répertoire 'C:\ProgramData\NVIDIA Corporation' introuvable.
Cleaning Regkeys
Starting reg cleanUP
Aucune valeur n'existe avec le nom spécifié.
Aucune valeur n'existe avec le nom spécifié.
Debug : Starting S-1-5-xx region cleanUP
Debug : End of S-1-5-xx region cleanUP
End of Registry Cleaning
Scanning for new device...
Clean uninstall completed!
Is it a normal log? Or strange errors?

oem2.inf found
Executing Driver Store cleanUP(Delete OEM)...
Deleting the specified driver package from the machine failed

because it is in use by a device.

oem3.inf found
Executing Driver Store cleanUP(Delete OEM)...
Deleting the specified driver package from the machine failed

because it is in use by a device.
   
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Default 07-31-2013, 20:23 | posts: 2,389 | Location: ****l (Qc) , Canada

Yes. It is normal. Those messages are more informative. Its kinda more debug log.
Donc pas il n'y a pas de problèmes
   
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ok but is it normal that oem files are not all deleted? thx again for the help
   
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Default 07-31-2013, 20:29 | posts: 2,389 | Location: ****l (Qc) , Canada

Yes at least 1 got deleted so its ok. The program wont delete oem that is in-use. So that why it will fail on some...
do you have any other Nvidia device? because if some oem fail to be remove it indicate that you may have some other nvidia device or (i hope not) there could be a bug in my code...


EDIT: There is also a new device installed by NVIDIA since the recent drivers release that I will add to the cleanUP (Thanks to you, I didn't saw that before today). This device can cause what you have described to me. Should be included in 3.6 keep me posted if you try it.

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Default 07-31-2013, 21:59 | posts: 2,389 | Location: ****l (Qc) , Canada

Release 3.6

Mostly added 326.41 removal of Shield streaming service and driver (NVIDIA Virtual Audio Device (Wave Extensible)

Other small change too that you can see on the svn.

Oh and look like I my thread got pinned on the official Nvidia geforce forum. It is quite an honor to me.


EDIT: 3.6.1 up now. little fix

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01/08/2013 23:08:18 >> OS : Windows 7 or Server 2008r2
01/08/2013 23:08:18 >> Architecture: x64
01/08/2013 23:08:19 >> Uninstalling NVIDIA driver ...
01/08/2013 23:08:19 >> Executing DEVCON Remove
01/08/2013 23:08:19 >> DEVCON Remove Display Complete
01/08/2013 23:08:19 >> DEVCON Remove Audio/HDMI Complete
01/08/2013 23:08:19 >> Executing Driver Store cleanUP(Find OEM)...
01/08/2013 23:08:20 >> oem2.inf Found
01/08/2013 23:08:20 >> Executing Driver Store CleanUP(delete OEM)...
01/08/2013 23:08:20 >> Deleting the specified driver package from the machine failed

because it is in use by a device.

01/08/2013 23:08:20 >> oem22.inf Found
01/08/2013 23:08:20 >> Executing Driver Store CleanUP(delete OEM)...
01/08/2013 23:08:20 >> Deleting the specified driver package from the machine failed

because it is in use by a device.

01/08/2013 23:08:20 >> Driver Store CleanUP Complete.
01/08/2013 23:08:20 >> Cleaning Process/Services...
01/08/2013 23:08:20 >> Cleaning UpdatusUser users account if present
01/08/2013 23:08:20 >> Cleaning Diectory
01/08/2013 23:08:20 >> Starting reg cleanUP
01/08/2013 23:08:21 >> Debug : Starting S-1-5-xx region cleanUP
01/08/2013 23:08:21 >> Debug : End of S-1-5-xx region cleanUP
01/08/2013 23:08:21 >> End of Registry Cleaning
01/08/2013 23:08:21 >> Scanning for new device...
01/08/2013 23:08:24 >> Clean uninstall completed!
01/08/2013 23:08:24 >> Finished.
with 3.61 , is it fine?
   
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Default 08-01-2013, 23:38 | posts: 2,389 | Location: ****l (Qc) , Canada

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with 3.61 , is it fine?
Well it looks good.
Usually there should be at last 1 oemxx.inf that succeed with the removal unless you previously removed the driver or if its the second time you run the DDU.

Is there any other nvidia hardware on your system except your video card?
Was your driver that you were using came directly from nvidia or third party like Asus, MSi etc...
Try to see after running my DDU with Network disconnected if there are still driver anywhere from nvidia in device manager

What is the name of the videocard shown after you cleanUP with DDU on device manager?

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Used v3.6.1 today and everything went well. Used CCleaner afterwards to be sure everything was removed.
   
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with 3.61 , is it fine?
Try something for me.
When you use DDU and get some oemxx.inf can't be deleted because they are in-use, right after DDU complete, run it again(before installing anything or reboot) and tell me if they are removed on a second pass . all of this with internet connection disabled of course.
   
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Default 08-02-2013, 08:46 | posts: 172 | Location: Pripyat, Kiev, Ukraine

Just a little preview, I plan on updating soon with Multi-threading, so the UI doesn't freeze while uninstalling/cleaning. Multi-threading isn't easy, so it may be a few days, just letting you all know.
   
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Default 08-02-2013, 14:12 | posts: 2,389 | Location: ****l (Qc) , Canada

Release V3.7

-DCOM cleanUP from registry.
-more log details (mostly the result of devcon dp_enum)


No multi-thread yet.

If some people get those oem are in-use, please send me your log and also if you can find any NVIDIA device still installed on your system right after running DDU 3.7

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Default 08-02-2013, 14:13 | posts: 684

Haven't tried the most recent version, but with 3.5 I noticed sometimes even after disabling SLI the monitor went black and required a computer reboot. Other than that the Uninstall program seems to work fine.
   
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Haven't tried the most recent version, but with 3.5 I noticed sometimes even after disabling SLI the monitor went black and required a computer reboot. Other than that the Uninstall program seems to work fine.
Ya this is a Nvidia issue with some older driver. Happen to me too sometime in win 8 even when I disabled SLI...

Didn't happens with recent 320.xx driver for me tho.

Instead of RESET, just hit the power button(no holding) so the computer shutdown normally
Because the system is not frozen. its just a black screen. A reset tend to corrupt things.

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Try something for me.
When you use DDU and get some oemxx.inf can't be deleted because they are in-use, right after DDU complete, run it again(before installing anything or reboot) and tell me if they are removed on a second pass . all of this with internet connection disabled of course.


Quote:
02/08/2013 21:00:55 >> DDU Version V3.7
02/08/2013 21:00:55 >> OS : Windows 7 or Server 2008r2
02/08/2013 21:00:55 >> Architecture: x64
02/08/2013 21:00:56 >> Uninstalling NVIDIA driver ...
02/08/2013 21:00:56 >> Executing DEVCON Remove
02/08/2013 21:00:57 >> DEVCON Remove Display Complete
02/08/2013 21:00:58 >> DEVCON Remove Audio/HDMI Complete
02/08/2013 21:00:58 >> Executing Driver Store cleanUP(Find OEM)...
02/08/2013 21:00:59 >> DEVCON DP_ENUM RESULT BELOW
02/08/2013 21:00:59 >> The following third-party driver packages are installed on this computer:
oem2.inf
Provider: NVIDIA
Class: Cartes graphiques
oem22.inf
Provider: NVIDIA
Class: Contrôleurs de bus USB


02/08/2013 21:00:59 >> oem2.inf Found
02/08/2013 21:00:59 >> Executing Driver Store CleanUP(delete OEM)...
02/08/2013 21:00:59 >> Deleting the specified driver package from the machine failed

because it is in use by a device.

02/08/2013 21:00:59 >> oem22.inf Found
02/08/2013 21:00:59 >> Executing Driver Store CleanUP(delete OEM)...
02/08/2013 21:00:59 >> Deleting the specified driver package from the machine failed

because it is in use by a device.

02/08/2013 21:00:59 >> Driver Store CleanUP Complete.
02/08/2013 21:00:59 >> Cleaning Process/Services...
02/08/2013 21:01:00 >> Cleaning UpdatusUser users account if present
02/08/2013 21:01:00 >> Cleaning Diectory
02/08/2013 21:01:00 >> Starting reg cleanUP
02/08/2013 21:01:02 >> Debug : Starting S-1-5-xx region cleanUP
02/08/2013 21:01:03 >> Debug : End of S-1-5-xx region cleanUP
02/08/2013 21:01:03 >> End of Registry Cleaning
02/08/2013 21:01:03 >> Scanning for new device...
02/08/2013 21:01:06 >> Clean uninstall completed!
02/08/2013 21:01:06 >> Finished.
nvidia usb device is the 3d vision 2 device (oem22)

hmm it's strange now it installs 326.19 driver after clean uninstall completed, oem2 is not deleted i guess that's from this file.

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oem22 is a 3d vision 2 device? thanks for the info. This will be fixed soon.
now im curious as of what is oem2.inf ...

Does something does not get removed from "Display adapter" (in device manager) after running DDU?
Why is the driver installation strange? it wasn't working before?
if so, could be because I'm cleaning more stuff with 3.7

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EDIT 3.8 OUT

-More cleaning (Nvidia)
-Removal of the 3D vision USB driver.(Nvidia)
-other small fix and optimization you can see on svn. (nvidia/amd)
   
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