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Then just follow the prompts and remove the driver. If your display driver doesn't support "Add/Remove Programs" then you have to use one of the other approaches: if you're running Windows 95, 98, or ME, then you install the standard driver; or if you're running Windows 2000, or Windows XP, you uninstall the driver in the "Device Manager".If you see an entry which says "NVIDIA Graphics Drivers" or "NVIDIA Display Drivers" then select it and remove it.You should always uninstall your current display drivers before installing new display drivers.If you install new drivers over the old ones, parts of the old drivers can be left around and cause problems.Click "Remove only the following" and then make sure that only "NVIDIA Display Driver" has a check to the left of it.Click "Remove" and then it will uninstall your display driver and leave the rest of the NVIDIA drivers installed.They also make motherboard chipsets which means that there is more than one kind of NVIDIA driver which can be removed in "Add/Remove Programs".If you see something like "NVIDIA n Force Drivers", don't remove them. In the case shown above, just select "NVIDIA Drivers" and click the "Change/Remove" button.
So, I have no experience uninstalling display drivers under Vista.Just select the uninstall utility, click the button, follow the prompts, and then reboot.If you don't have the uninstall utility then you should have the "ATI Display Driver".Then for all versions of Windows, find the entry for your display drivers and click it.The entry is usually the name of the manufacturer of the GPU on your display adapter followed by "graphics driver" or "display driver".
That should bring up the new version of the add/remove window.