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Old Jul 27, 2010, 09:35 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by anthonyl View Post
Can you please tell me how to do the following:-

Run CCleaner for Registry - only select for removal ATI entries.

I have CCleaner and can not for the life of me see any option to remove ATI entries.

Thanks
Open CCleaner and on the left side select 'Registry'. Click the Analyse button. Deselect all entries using the top 'all' check box. Now read through the list and look for entries that are for ATI - they will have the ATI letters in them or the ATI install path. Select those and only those for removal, then select clean. Save a backup in case you want to revert the action later.

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Originally Posted by Dwarden View Post
he speaks about DriverCleaner nto CCleaner
No, I mean CCleaner. See above. After running DriverCleaner, try CCleaner and see if there's anything left over. Sometimes there is.
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