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Old Dec 30, 2016, 03:54 PM   #1
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Default Win10: How to remove a driver only visible with driverquery?

As stated, I have two drivers that I want to remove as I suspect they are the ones causing system instability. The only way I can see them is in a command windows, when I use the command "driverquery", optionally with the /V option (verbose). It is a harmless command as it merely lists all drivers installed (for me, approx 406).

The problem is, that while it does show the drivers I need to remove, it gives me no way to actually remove the drivers.

The device manager does now list the drivers, not even when selecting "show hidden devices".

So, I am looking for some help here.

Anyone been in a similar situation?

I am in this mess because the uninstaller failed (wasn't windows 10 compliant) and only removed some of the software.

The software in question is GIGABYTE Easy Tune 6.
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Old Dec 30, 2016, 06:13 PM   #2
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I found a tool. It is abandoned, but worked fine.

It is called "Device Remover" and can be downloaded here:

http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/deta...over_543c.html
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You're awesome sir.

You posted about a problem, fixed it yourself..

and actually came back to POST the solution!

Applause for you sir! Seriously. Not enough people do this.
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You're awesome sir.

You posted about a problem, fixed it yourself..

and actually came back to POST the solution!

Applause for you sir! Seriously. Not enough people do this.
Agreed!!!


Awesome program and win10 friendly.
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