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Posted on 2004-09-23
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I have Windows 2000. Recently I updated my video card driver by using the update manager, but I don't really like the new driver. I would like to uninstall it, but if I do, will it render my computer useless?
I would like the old one to be restored. Could this happen if I uninstall the new one?
Thanks.
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No it will not, it will start in VGA 16 color mode after.. in 640X480... after this, you only have to reinstall your old driver..
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I would just install the old driver over the top.  There should not be any file conflicts because the old driver should replace all the files it needs with it's own versions.
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