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Download Display Driver Uninstaller DDU version 15.7.0.1
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Thumbs up Download Display Driver Uninstaller DDU version 15.7.0.1 - 11-24-2015, 21:46 | posts: 28,941 | Location: Guru3D testlab

Download Display Driver Uninstaller DDU version 15.7.0.1 - Display Driver Uninstaller is a driver removal utility for AMD/NVIDIA graphics card drivers and packages. This release includes support forÂ*...

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Default 12-18-2015, 08:59 | posts: 1

****ing thank Christ! Ive been trying to install new drivers for days. It kept failing. I tried this little download randomly after trying 70 different things and it worked like a charm. Guess there was something I was missing that the little program you have here murdered in its stupid little face. Thank you so so ssooooo much. And it was free!. Whoever you people are, I thank you. Your what makes the internet good. I registered just to thank you. If theres something your selling I'll buy it. Just email me. Rock on random try 71!
   
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Default 12-18-2015, 09:28 | posts: 6,733 | Location: Austria (no kangaroos here)

DDU should be in everybody's quiver to tackle such problems. Thanks for the new release!
   
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Default 12-18-2015, 14:50 | posts: 1,221 | Location: New Hampsha'

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****ing thank Christ! Ive been trying to install new drivers for days. It kept failing. I tried this little download randomly after trying 70 different things and it worked like a charm. Guess there was something I was missing that the little program you have here murdered in its stupid little face. Thank you so so ssooooo much. And it was free!. Whoever you people are, I thank you. Your what makes the internet good. I registered just to thank you. If theres something your selling I'll buy it. Just email me. Rock on random try 71!
That has to be one of the most aggressive Thank Yous Ive ever seen.

I hope Wagnard sees it.
   
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Default 12-18-2015, 15:30 | posts: 2,389 | Location: ****l (Qc) , Canada

I saw it thanks for the PM Hootmon
Glad that users was happy, mission accomplished for DDU !

And if he want to buy something, he can just donate as I dont have a computer eShop (yet... but that's another story)

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Default 12-22-2015, 09:33 | posts: 13

I've just downloaded it but in the archive i found the v15.7.1.0 and not the newest one (v15.7.2.0). Can you fix it?

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Default 12-24-2015, 00:34 | posts: 1

Hello, I just downloaded this last version and it asked for restart in safe mode. I did it and now my computer is asking for a password that I don't have!
My notebook is an acer nv7-591g with Windows 10.
I tried to enter by BIOS but didn't worked..

[EDIT]
I just realized that the secure mode has changed my PIN password to my microsoft account's password (that I forgot)..
Probleme solved kk

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Default Skeptical at first - 12-27-2015, 11:04 | posts: 1

I was skeptical at first but after trying everything else, this is my last resort. I was so happy with results, i follow every instruction and boot into safe mode just in case for recommended procedure and all my issues are gone. Clean install and smooth sailing. The only setting i change was the delete c:/ nvidia folder was uncheck and i checked it just to delete all the remnants. Very happy with this program. Full support.
   
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Default 01-02-2016, 01:31 | posts: 1

Asus n53sn laptop, in device manager nvidia card error code 43...
I search for it, and I find ddu.
I uninstall my driver with it, but I can't bring it back. Even i try to install driver, it gives error, there is no nvidia g. card.. What can i do ?????

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Question 01-08-2016, 23:22 | posts: 2

Oi! I'd like to thank you for this handy lil tool, but your tutorial is just missing one part, which confuses me because it has fulfilled its purpose with great success but I'd also like to get rid of it too now...
I have read a file (brilliantly named "Readme" ) that states
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If you dont know what you are doing, you should not modify the files under settings folders.
Does that mean I can't remove any of the DDU files and folders until the end of times? Because I really don't want to compromise my system right now.

Just to clearly express my question once and for all:

Is it safe to delete all DDU files and folders (namely: "DDU logs", "settings" and "x64") ?
   
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Default 01-08-2016, 23:27 | posts: 1,643 | Location: Serbia, Indjija

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Oi! I'd like to thank you for this handy lil tool, but your tutorial is just missing one part, which confuses me because it has fulfilled its purpose with great success but I'd also like to get rid of it too now...
I have read a file (brilliantly named "Readme" ) that states

Does that mean I can't remove any of the DDU files and folders until the end of times? Because I really don't want to compromise my system right now.

Just to clearly express my question once and for all:

Is it safe to delete all DDU files and folders (namely: "DDU logs", "settings" and "x64") ?

After you`ve removed previously installed graphic drivers with DDU you can safely remove DDU and all it`s folders and files, don`t worry. DDU is portable like app, it doesn`t install anything into your OS, everything DDU related stays in DDU`s folder.
   
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Thumbs up 01-08-2016, 23:40 | posts: 2

Real sweet !

The question sounds stupid since we're talking about an uninstaller (like "hey we've built a cozy program to get rid of all useless graphics drivers! You can't get rid of our program though..." ), but I just wanted to make sure since I don't understand everything about how this tool works.

Thanks for the quick reply Milo!

And that's also a general "Thank you" for the program, thank you guys
   
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Default 01-09-2016, 17:37 | posts: 2,389 | Location: ****l (Qc) , Canada

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Oi! I'd like to thank you for this handy lil tool, but your tutorial is just missing one part, which confuses me because it has fulfilled its purpose with great success but I'd also like to get rid of it too now...
I have read a file (brilliantly named "Readme" ) that states

Does that mean I can't remove any of the DDU files and folders until the end of times? Because I really don't want to compromise my system right now.

Just to clearly express my question once and for all:

Is it safe to delete all DDU files and folders (namely: "DDU logs", "settings" and "x64") ?
Yes it is safe to remove DDU folders completely.
I should update that old readme file in the future...
   
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Default 03-14-2016, 08:29 | posts: 1

THANK YOU! Man, I've been going through hell for about two weeks now. My laptop screen broke, and so I connected a monitor to the laptop. With the laptop screen being broken, and video going to the monitor, the NVIDIA drivers became all buggy for some reason. Every time I started my laptop they started sending a message saying that the NVIDIA driver failed and then recovered. And that would cause my system to freeze every time (funny that it says it recovered, yet it's frozen...). I made sure it wasn't my GPU, and that it is functional. And I updated the drivers a few times, but low and behold the same thing would happen. Restart -> Crash -> Restart -> Crash
So then I started just trying to get RID of the drivers until I get my laptop screen replacement. The dirty, nasty little ..... kept re-installing itself, and then CRASH, Reinstall -> Crash! So I've been playing this god awful game of "Open device manager and disable NVIDIA as fast as I can" every time I turn my laptop on, so it won't reinstall it's driver and then freeze my laptop. I got tired of doing that, and I tried all kinds of stuff. I tried installing a generic driver, and removing everything NVIDIA, but it kept reinstalling itself. I downloaded microsofts show/hide diag tool for updates, but that didn't work, it'd still keep installing itself at reboot. I tried just using wifi and metered my connection, and that DID work, but I was sacrificing my internet speed by a ton. If I'm going to sit in my office, with my laptop connected to my monitor, at least I should be able to use my wired connection and get my full internet speed. So I stopped doing that, and then thankfully I stumbled across your tool.

I gave it a shot, and BAM! 30 seconds later, It eradicated EVERY thing NVIDIA related, and it completely blocked the auto update! I restarted a couple times and nothing. THANK YOU!

NVIDIA drivers are a nightmare to deal with. Especially with windows 10 forcing my face on the ground while NVIDIA has its way with me.

But any way - Thank You! You're awesome...your program rocks.
   
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Default 04-22-2016, 20:47 | posts: 1 | Location: romania hoboland

I don't know why but after DDU is done it gets stuck at the "searching new driver" and windows 10 completely freezes it used to bsod but now it just gets stuck completely and I have to restart.

It doesn't seem to affect anything though. It works fine on my windows 7 laptop though, I guess that just proves how terrible 10 is.
   
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Ruined my computer even more
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Angry Ruined my computer even more - 04-30-2016, 20:04 | posts: 1

After downloading this program and uninstalling my drivers, i restarted my pc, my pc couldn't even start and now i think im in the situation where i have to full reset my pc and i have exams next week. Thanks for ruining my pc.
   
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Default 04-30-2016, 20:45 | posts: 1,643 | Location: Serbia, Indjija

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After downloading this program and uninstalling my drivers, i restarted my pc, my pc couldn't even start and now i think im in the situation where i have to full reset my pc and i have exams next week. Thanks for ruining my pc.
Explain to us how exactly did you used DDU and what was the real reason for DDU use. Then boot sistem from some bootable Linux distro od Hiren's WinXP to reach for DDU's log (in DDU`s folder), send log to DDU forum so we could analyse it: DDU log or it didn't happened. I have a feeling we either have a pebkac case here or you had a OS or hardware problem and DDU was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
   
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Default 04-30-2016, 22:48 | posts: 4,968 | Location: 0.0.0.0

I'm guessing he did not know what he was doing and has ended up doing something he did not fully understand.

DDU is not at fault, it does exactly what it is intended to do.

PEBKAC
   
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Default 05-30-2016, 14:21 | posts: 880 | Location: Stockholm, Sweden

Even thou I have disabled "automatically check for DDU updates on startup" it's still showing a search bar in my lower left corner of the application.
   
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Even thou I have disabled "automatically check for DDU updates on startup" it's still showing a search bar in my lower left corner of the application.
Download v16.0.0.1 and try again
   
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Default 05-31-2016, 01:01 | posts: 2,389 | Location: ****l (Qc) , Canada

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Even thou I have disabled "automatically check for DDU updates on startup" it's still showing a search bar in my lower left corner of the application.
Yeah known issue, But its not searching. The text is just jammed.
   
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Default 06-05-2016, 23:56 | posts: 1

Someone!HELP!
so this is 100% my fault..I forgot my Live account password and system password are different.I don't remember it since I always log in with my pin...
Is there any way to boot back into normal mode?
Stressing my head off..
   
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Default 06-09-2016, 19:31 | posts: 13

The download link is still of the ver.16.0.0.1
   
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Default 06-09-2016, 23:10 | posts: 692 | Location: Deep in the Caribbean...™

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The download link is still of the ver.16.0.0.1
It is indeed.
   
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Default 06-30-2016, 13:18 | posts: 1

Hi. How can I reverse the effect of DDU? I install it on my HP Envy 15 Windows 8.1 removing my Nvidia Graphic Driver. How do I restore it please. Thanks.
   
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