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tobiastoby

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Hi

The question I would like to ask is,

What is the best way to remove the old drivers (for updating) for Physx by Ageia.
I know in some cases you can just unstall all drivers but I have heard that you must make sure they are fully unstalled and can cause problems when stalling updated drivers. What do you look for to make sure they have been fully removed?

Doing all this because one I need to update and the other is I have a problem loading medal of honour airbourne onto pc and have read somewhere it is the physx driver.

os is vista 64 ultimate.

thanks
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Howdy:

As far as Medal of Honor goes, it is not supported by 64-bit operating systems.

OS: Windows XP (SP2), Windows Vista (32-bit; 64-bit versions of
Windows Vista are not supported)


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For what I have heard and read it's just the physx driver (they do not go into much details),ie remove driver install game then update driver. I am really not sure on this. End of the day I need an update
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The quote I gave you is from the games website. It won't run on 64-bit.

As for the driver, use Device Manager to remove and then re-install the new driver.

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