Selectively delet drivers?

  [email protected] 09:28 11 Feb 2010
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Is it possible to selectively delete drivers from the OS?
I suspect I have a rogue driver which the OS is going for every time as it's "the most recent" and I was wondering if there was a way of simply deleting it. If you choose Delete Driver of the hardware in Device Manager, it removes the hardware but does it also remove the driver from the cache?

  [email protected] 09:28 11 Feb 2010

Edit: Make that "Selectively delete.."

  sunnystaines 09:37 11 Feb 2010

have you tried via device manager

  sunnystaines 09:38 11 Feb 2010

mis read meant device manager then right click properties what item is it.

  [email protected] 09:58 11 Feb 2010

The item is a known serviceable sound card.
I confirm this card is used by others in the same system (Crative XFi Fatal1ty Pro Gamer card in Win7 64bit system). It doesn't work in mine :-(
After all my checks I am convinced it's a driver issue. I have tried d/l and installing the latest driver but it still doesn't work properly. What I would like to do is delete from the driver cache everything "Creative".

  [email protected] 10:05 11 Feb 2010

I have just found several Creative entries in Win/Sys32 relating to sound etc, so I may go ahead and delete them then let Windows find a driver when I re-boot. Good scheme ? :-)

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