I've recently tested a graphics card on a machine that required different drivers than my onboard integrated graphics, so I had catalyst control center installed.
After I pulled out the graphics card and went back to using the onboard graphics, I deleted the catalyst center through control panel -> programs.. which was fine.
But apparently it didn't really remove it. it doesn't show up under programs anymore but when I reboot windows I get an error saying "The catalyst Control Center is not supported by the driver version of your enabled graphics adapter" and its still in the process bar...
how do I permanently remove it?