Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by Wagnard, Jul 14, 2013.
Decided to do a driver update/
Ran your program/
Works as advertised/
Glad all went well. And thanks for the beer !
@ Wagnard fantastic job, thanks alot downloading now
FYI , I'm aware of an issue removing "C:\Program Files\AMD\CNext\CNext\QtQuick\Dialogs\qml\icons.ttf" that prevent the removal of this entire folder block.
So if some of you see this error on their log, do not fear, I'm working on this.
^^ is this path hardcoded (yes, I've an OCD with hardcoding)? How about using %ProgramFiles%? Don't have this problem, but..
1. feels like you might need 2 reboots - first to get rid of registry entry so app doesn't lock this font, second to clear folder. Even scripting this whole thing with double reboot (powershell or cmd) doesn't seem simple (at glance).
2. what exactly happens if this file left alone? I mean... let's say this font is in use and I do cd /d %programfiles%\AMD (and make sure I'm actually there) and follow up with rd . /q /s and then reboot? So this font isn't removed, but the rest is. What are those 'bad things' that come out of leaving it?
A release is near for the above mentioned issue.
A Release candidate is already available on the patreon page.
You have also the option to compile the code directly from the source
Expect a final release for everyone after the weekend.
Thanks as always, Wagnard!
Is DDU ready for Win10 Spring update 1803?
I read this post and although I have no idea what that user did I figured I at least give you a heads up none the less.
Ok, there is another thread about it here:
Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) V22.214.171.124 Released.
As always, see first post of this thread for download locations and other important information.
Thanks for the update, right on time, waiting for a new Adrenalin driver.
Drats, I was gonna try the latest DDU version, but I'm on Win10 64bit v1803, so I guess I'll pass for the time being.
I'm sorta risk averse due to what's stated below, as I'd said, I'm on 1803 now....:
Windows XP up to Windows 10 Creator update 1703 (anything higher is at your own risk)
lol, just use the latest version in safe mode, Nothing is gonna happen.
Another update on Github
Windows defender says DDU 126.96.36.199 is infected by Program:Win32/Vigram.A
Ill check, it was previously reported as a PUA. So this is new..
Mine comes clean after scanning it. I'm currently using Windows 10 build 17133.1 (1803).
I'm also getting the Windows Defender notification about DDU being infected with Vigram.A ..
I scanned my whole 188.8.131.52 folder with Windows Defender (latest) and Malwarebytes (latest) but was unable to detect any threat on Windows 10 (RS3) 1709-16299.371.