Display Driver Uninstaller Thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Wagnard, Jul 14, 2013.

  1. Wagnard

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    ah. sry.
    run cmd.exe
    and from that dosbox, do a "pnputil -e" without the quote.
     
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    K, I see what you meant, it listed a lot of them but there isnt the one we were looking for. I mean that number isnt on the list.

    What now?
     
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    if you are absolutely sure oem60 is not there, is there anything else related to Nvidia when you run pnputil?
     
  4. Mraz

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    100% sure, I've checked it three times by now.

    Just a bunch of Razer stuff and my soundcard.

    I deleted by accident oem0.inf...dont ask how, I thought it will show something else...damn lol xD
     

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    what is the current graphic card listed in device manager?
     
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    Titan
     
  7. Wagnard

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    and its show 318.xx ?

    My guess is wither your system has something wrong or this is a driver installed automatically once you reenable the internet connection.
    What i suggest you to do, is in normal mode(not safe mode), disable your network card in device manager and then use my cleaner with the recommended restart option.
    Then , with the network card still disabled , install a new driver that you would have previously downloaded prior disabling your network card.

    After the installation succeed , restart computer and enable your network connection.
     
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  8. Mraz

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    Atm no, it ussually shows it when I uninstall everything with DDU app, like the 318 version is installed, when everything is clean, and I am like????

    How is that even possible. I simply think my OS is a big mess, I havent done a proper fresh install since TES: Skyrim got released, so imagine what a mess of registries and whatnot my system is, and all because I lost my backup HDD, and now I have nowhere to move my music to and all the other stuff.
     
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    I edited my previous post. If it work correctly, no reinstallation needed.

    also where do you exactly see "318 version is installed"?
     
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    It shows it in MSI Afterburner and when I start a new installation in the geforce installation suite, when it says current driver version 318.22 or whatever, instead of currently none installed.

    But thats the thing it doesnt always show it on these two spots, only occasionally.

    Thats what I've tried to do in the first place, when it gave me the black screen.

    Network adapter OFF/DDU with option you mentioned above/it black screened and didnt restart.
     

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    HUmm ok in safemode then. Also in normal mode, if you have 3rd party tool like msi aferburner running, it could cause problems when uninstalling.
     
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    never thought about it really...

    Maybe that's the oem6* thing that is still working in the bacground and using the device.
     
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    I will try to change the reboot procedure in just in case.

    If you could do on normal mode a cleaning with the log ticked + reboot and give me the .log it would generate could help me find what is wrong with he reboot procedure.

    Even if the computer does not reboot by itself, the log file should be created and you should be able to access it after you manually rebooted the computer.

    If the computer does not reboot automatically, give it at least 1 minute just to be sure everything is written in the log.

    Thanks you for your time on this.
     
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    Oh and just a heads up I tried to blindly reset by doing the old trick with WIN button-run-(shutdown -s -t 1), but nothing happened
     
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    Thats unusual... it should have shutdown the computer...
     

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    Here, new log.

    I guess that oem was an Razer device.

    9.8.2013. 22:07:16 >> DDU Version V4.0
    9.8.2013. 22:07:17 >> OS : Windows 7 or Server 2008r2
    9.8.2013. 22:07:17 >> Architecture: x64
    9.8.2013. 22:07:17 >> Uninstalling NVIDIA driver ...
    9.8.2013. 22:07:17 >> Executing DEVCON Remove
    9.8.2013. 22:07:23 >> DEVCON Remove Display Complete
    9.8.2013. 22:07:23 >> DEVCON Remove Audio/HDMI Complete
    9.8.2013. 22:07:23 >> Executing Driver Store cleanUP(Find OEM)...
    9.8.2013. 22:07:24 >> DEVCON DP_ENUM RESULT BELOW
    9.8.2013. 22:07:24 >> The following third-party driver packages are installed on this computer:
    oem0.inf
    Provider: Microsoft
    Class: Printers
    oem1.inf
    Provider: Realtek
    Class: Network adapters
    oem10.inf
    Provider: Razer
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    oem100.inf
    Provider: Razer USA Ltd
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    oem101.inf
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    Class: Human Interface Devices
    oem102.inf
    Provider: Razer USA Ltd
    Class: Human Interface Devices
    oem103.inf
    Provider: Razer Inc.
    Class: Mice and other pointing devices
    oem104.inf
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    oem105.inf
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    oem106.inf
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    oem109.inf
    Provider: Razer
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    Provider: Razer USA Ltd
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    oem110.inf
    Provider: Razer Inc
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    oem112.inf
    Provider: Razer Inc
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    oem113.inf
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    Provider: Razer Inc.
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    oem17.inf
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    Provider: Razer USA Ltd
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    Provider: Razer USA Ltd
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    Provider: Razer USA Ltd
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    Provider: Razer USA Ltd
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    oem25.inf
    Provider: Razer USA Ltd.
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    oem26.inf
    Provider: Razer
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    oem28.inf
    Provider: Razer USA Ltd
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    oem3.inf
    Provider: Realtek Semiconductor Corp.
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    9.8.2013. 22:07:24 >> oem4.inf Found
    9.8.2013. 22:07:24 >> Executing Driver Store CleanUP(delete OEM)...
    9.8.2013. 22:07:24 >> Deleting the specified driver package from the machine failed

    because it is in use by a device.

    9.8.2013. 22:07:24 >> Driver Store CleanUP Complete.
    9.8.2013. 22:07:24 >> Cleaning Process/Services...
    9.8.2013. 22:07:25 >> Killing Explorer
    9.8.2013. 22:07:25 >> Cleaning UpdatusUser users account if present
    9.8.2013. 22:07:25 >> An unknown directory object was requested
    UpdatusUser
    9.8.2013. 22:07:25 >> Cleaning Directory
    9.8.2013. 22:07:25 >> Could not find directory 'C:\Users\Svaar\AppData\Local\NVIDIA'.
    9.8.2013. 22:07:25 >> Could not find directory 'C:\Users\Svaar\AppData\Roaming\NVIDIA'.
    9.8.2013. 22:07:25 >> Could not find directory 'C:\Program Files\Common Files\NVIDIA Corporation'.
    9.8.2013. 22:07:26 >> Starting reg cleanUP
    9.8.2013. 22:07:26 >> No value exists with that name. Nvtmru
    9.8.2013. 22:07:26 >> No value exists with that name. StereoLinksInstall
    9.8.2013. 22:07:26 >> Debug : Starting S-1-5-xx region cleanUP
    9.8.2013. 22:07:26 >> Debug : End of S-1-5-xx region cleanUP
    9.8.2013. 22:07:26 >> End of Registry Cleaning
    9.8.2013. 22:07:26 >> Scanning for new device...
    9.8.2013. 22:07:26 >> Clean uninstall completed!
    9.8.2013. 22:07:26 >> Restarting Computer in 5 seconds...
     
  17. Wagnard

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    The log is quite good. except that you have a lot of razer stuff but it could be normal. Depends on how razor install its stuff.
    you did this on normal mode? and if so, did the computer did like last time and not restarted?
     
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    Normal mode, it did restart, but I also didnt tick the box on delete AMD/Nvidia folder
     
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    The restart problem is related on the fact your system doesnt restart with the shutdown command. Because this is what I use to restart the system.

    Ill check to see why this could happen. But your system should be clean from the log.
     
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    It did restart, my bad I wrote it in other way, I rephrased it now.
     

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