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Uninstalling Intel HD 3000 Graphics Driver

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I'm getting a EVGA 680GTX Superclocked card from Newegg on Tuesday and was wondering how do I uninstall this Intel HD 3000 driver I'm currently using? Should I uninstall the Intel driver before I install the card, or install the 680GTX and then uninstall the Intel driver? Also what driver do u guys recommend for the 680GTX and Battlefield 3.
Edited by Arch-Vile - 4/29/12 at 8:27am
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I'm getting a EVGA 680GTX Superclocked card from Newegg on Tuesday and was wondering how do I uninstall this Intel HD 3000 driver I'm currently using? Should I uninstall the Intel driver before I install the card, or install the 680GTX and then uninstall the Intel driver? Also what driver do u guys recommend for the 680GTX and Battlefield 3.

you do not need to uninstall the intel graphics driver just disable it in device manager.
use the latest whql driver for your 680 with BF3
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I just disable the iGPU in BIOS.. I guess device manager works just as well.

Either way, you can have the iGPU enabled while using dGPUs and you shouldn't run into any problems.
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you don't have to do anything bro, just install your new graphics card, install the new drivers, plug the dvi/DP/HDMI cable to your new card's, that's it.
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