In case the ATI uninstaller does not properly remove your driver then try this
If you really want to erase all your ATI drivers you would need to use the program DriverSweeper
it will delete all ATI drivers from your computer.
Fisrt download the driver from Dell do not choose run but save
it on your computer for future use.
-Then go to your Device Manager and uninstall your graphic card (if you get an error skip that part and try it again once you are in Safe Mode))
-Restart your computer then press F8 to go into safe mode
-If windows Found New device manager appears just cancel it
-Start Driver Sweeper
-Choose the ATI Display box and check it
-Click on Analyse
-It will find all ATI drivers on your PC
-Click on Clean
-After the process is finish restart your computer
-Found New device manager should start cancel it
-Please note your graphic card will be working with the basic VGA drivers so your screen will look poorly (you can adjust the screen resolution from the 800x600 to a more viewable size)
-Open your Graphic driver you had downloaded (if they are zip unzip them first)
-Install your driver
-Restart your computer
If you have trouble unzipping it then your computer might have other problems apart from your video card drivers but you can download the free trial of WINRAR to unzip your drivers
Edited by Alzeimer, 15 July 2011 - 06:51 AM.