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ADAMaim
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Hi I recently bought a new GPU (Zotac gtx 1050Ti 4gb) for my HP 550-153na and I was going to uninstall the drivers for the dedicated GPU allready inside my PC the AMD Radeon R5 330... BUT CAN'T FIND THE DRIVERS OR THE UNINSTALL PROGRAMME! PLEASE HELP! I was also wondering if the DDU GPU driver uninstaller would find the drivers and do the job for me!

 

THANKS V MUCH ANSWER NEEDED ASAP!

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

Here is what I recommend...

 

If you don't see the amd catalyst control center in the Programs list in the control panel, the easiest thing to do to uninstall the graphics adapter and driver is this...

 

Go to the device manager.  Click to expand the display adapters device manager category.

 

Right click on the AMD graphics adapter, and select Uninstall.

 

Also check the Uninstall Driver box.

 

Instead of restarting the PC as prompted, shut it down, unplug it, and install the new one.

 

Before you do any of that, if your PC came with W8 or newer, you need to change two BIOS settings before installing your new video card.

 

See this link for what settings to change...

 

http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03653200/

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ADAMaim
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thanks, i know about the legacy thing and btw what is legacy?

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Your'e very welcome.

 

The legacy BIOS setting allows the PC to boot in non-UEFI mode.

 

https://phoenixts.com/blog/uefi-vs-legacy-bios/

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