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Just did a little upgrade to my PC going from a Radeon 5770 to a EVGA 560 Ti FPB. I was wondering what I had to do so my PC doesnt die lol. Like I heard I had to driver sweep or something. Im a noob so I could use all the help I can get
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There really isn't one right way of doing it. Download latest drivers from the NVIDIA drivers page. Uninstall ATI software through Control Panel. Shut down. Remove 5770 and put in 560 Ti.

You really don't have to run Driver Sweeper unless there's an issue. If you'd rather do it anyway, it's quite simple. Run Driver Sweeper. Select ATI or AMD (not sure what it'll be called) and Analyze. Then Clean all selected files that come up. You'll probably have to restart. After that just install the NVIDIA drivers.
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There really isn't one right way of doing it. Download latest drivers from the NVIDIA drivers page. Uninstall ATI software through Control Panel. Shut down. Remove 5770 and put in 560 Ti.

You really don't have to run Driver Sweeper unless there's an issue. If you'd rather do it anyway, it's quite simple. Run Driver Sweeper. Select ATI or AMD (not sure what it'll be called) and Analyze. Then Clean all selected files that come up. You'll probably have to restart. After that just install the NVIDIA drivers.
This is what I would do. I don't use driver sweeper. Don't know why some people have issues with it.
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Well, if you want to completely remove the drivers from your 5770, first is to download Driver Sweeper. Then, uninstall the ATI Drivers in Control Panel. After you've done that, reboot and go to SAFE MODE. Run Driver Sweeper, analyse, tick the ATI drivers and clean.

Shut down your PC, remove your 5770 and install your 560Ti.
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Some people recommend using Driver Sweeper - lookout for the version you download; some sites host an old version that deletes important files that Windows might need when doing certain updates, like Service Packs - download from the original source, which hosts the latest version, which is Phyxion.net.

Others just think that using such a program is a bit useless. In either case, it's sometimes a matter that it makes a difference for some and none for others.

If you uninstall the AMD drivers, shut down the PC, remove the AMD card, put in the Nvidia one, boot, install Nvidia drivers and everything is fine, no need to use Driver Sweeper. If something does not work, then use it. Always boot Windows in Safe mode (press F8 right after the BIOS screen) to use it, as it is able to delete all the necessary stuff properly.

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First make sure your psu can handle your 560ti idk about your 560 but the msi requires two 6 pins and the 5770 only needs one. I personally would use driver sweeper, its free, it takes 2 seconds, and could potentially save you trouble in the long run (better safe than sorry)
i just went from a 5770 to a 560ti myself.. a GREAT improvement
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Here's the safest way, although TBH many of these steps could be omitted w/o ill effect in most cases:
1) Download and install Driver Sweeper and the newest nV drivers (forceware) for your new card
2) Run the ATI/AMD Catalyst un-installer from the Windows control panel.
3) Shut down and swap the cards out
4) Restart in Safe Mode, run Driver Sweeper, uninstall all ATI/AMD graphics software.
5) Shut down, restart, and install the nV drivers.
6) PROFIT!!!

The 560ti is going to blow the doors off the old 5770
    
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Originally Posted by brettjv View Post
Here's the safest way, although TBH many of these steps could be omitted w/o ill effect in most cases:
1) Download and install Driver Sweeper and the newest nV drivers (forceware) for your new card
2) Run the ATI/AMD Catalyst un-installer from the Windows control panel.
3) Shut down and swap the cards out
4) Restart in Safe Mode, run Driver Sweeper, uninstall all ATI/AMD graphics software.
5) Shut down, restart, and install the nV drivers.
6) PROFIT!!!

The 560ti is going to blow the doors off the old 5770
Hope it does. Should be here tomorrow along with my new mobo, Can't wait
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dont know if its just me but i uninstall from control panel and use driver cleaner pro for anything i missed
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