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Windows 7 Home on notebook. I installed optional update for nVidia (Graphics Adapter WDDM1.1, Graphics Adapter WDDM1.2, Graphics Adapter WDDM1.3, Other hardware - NVIDIA GeForce 9300M GS). Although everything is working normally and I dont have errors, I noticed that this update mainly intended for improving gaming performance, and has installed a varios extra stuff, nVidia 3D Vision Driver, Graphic Driver 327.02, Update 1.14.17 As I don't use my laptop for gaming, I don't really need this update. How to unistall this update properly, all it components and registry entries? Also, I think driver update removed the previous drivers during the installation process.

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remove it with the help of the control panel->installed programs. – magicandre1981 Dec 19 '13 at 5:00
Well, this is an obvious way. Will it remove all traces of the driver, include registry entries? How then to install default graphic driver? – triwo Dec 19 '13 at 11:48
this should remove all parts. You can extract the Exe and use the device manager to only update the GPU driver. – magicandre1981 Dec 19 '13 at 18:08
should I do system restore in addition after uninstalling driver to roll back Windows state? – triwo Dec 20 '13 at 0:44
no, there is not need for that. – magicandre1981 Dec 20 '13 at 5:01

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Steps to remove the nVidia - Graphics adapter WDDM1.1, Graphics Adapter WDDM1.2, Graphics Adapter WDDM1.3 :

  1. Search "Device Manager" in your desktop.
  2. Double click on Display Adapters.
  3. Then double click on your graphic adapter. You will see your Graphic card properties window.
  4. Click on Driver
  5. Then click on "Roll Back Driver". This will take you to the previous non-updated version of driver.
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