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For my part I would add that I never, ever 'uninstall drivers' unless I'm switching from AMD to nVidia. ANd even then, I do so through the AMD or nV uninstall programs, accessible in my Control Panel. I almost always just install new drivers 'over' the old drivers, and it's worked perfectly for me for like 10 years straight.
And the built-in uninstallers may not do some hugely 'deep' deletion, but honestly ... using them has NEVER caused me any problems. That's more important to me than worrying about whether there's a few unused, extraneous AMD-related files still on my hard drive when running an nV card.
In the XP days, the process of driver 'cleaning' could solve some issues from time to time, but in Windows 7? You can fully have both Forceware and Catalyst drivers installed, and switch AMD and nV cards out at will without doing anything whatsoever with drivers ... and everything will work perfectly. I've done it many times.
And after 4+ years on these boards, I'm thoroughly convinced that ALL 'driver cleaner' programs are far more likely to make your problems worse ... than they are to fix what's wrong. Every day you see someone say 'try driver sweeper' or whatever. What they really mean is "I really got nothing, but I want to help somehow". Well-intentioned as this may be, I can count on one hand how many times I've seen someone come back and say "Oh Hai that totally WORKED thx!". IOW, it almost never does.
Edited by brettjv - 4/24/12 at 5:54pm