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Intel Extreme Graphics Driver Software


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I have a video card installed. I see Intel Extreme Graphics Driver Software in my Add/Remove Programs. Should I remove it? Isn't it extraneous material now that a video card has taken its place?
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what video card drivers are you using now? if these listed in the first post are useless then yes you can delete them but if they are a part of intergrated video then you probably won't be able to. (you can click on delete but nothing will happen axcetp maybe the screen will flash)

if they are really taking that much of space on your hard drive then for you to remove them you will need to do the following.

1-disable present video card
2-enable onboard video
3-load windows (onboard video should be recognized and instlled)
4-go to control panel add/remove programs and remove onboard video driver
5-restart pc
6-go to bios
7-active new card
8-save setting
9-start windows and load new drivers for video card

*note* reboot pc whenever prompted to do so by windows
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