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Old 16-04-2010
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Files and registry keys left behind by DriverSweeper

I have been using Driver Sweeper for an extended moment and I love it. I required reporting here a number of files and registry keys left uncleaned. This is using Windows 7 64bit Ultimate, 19X.XX drivers and Driver Sweeper version and description of 2.05 or 2.10. I expectation you be capable of incorporate these so that you be able to have a full cleaning of driver leftovers. The things left following by Driver Sweeper, which are in addition safe to delete.
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Re: Files and registry keys left behind by DriverSweeper

You might notice a number of entries on the record I sent you previous to were essentially presently mirror-images of additional. So, they are completely redundant.Btw, you are still experiencing the difficulty with custom filters. Fundamentally, if you open "Custom Filters" page and hit it off on a custom filter you generated, the submission preemptively edits (sorts and organizes) the Filters.xml file but messes it up (by renaming a number of entries in a wrong method).
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Re: Files and registry keys left behind by DriverSweeper

The Driver Sweeper is a free effectiveness for Windows that lets you to eliminate the entire driver leftovers. Please make a note of that this convenience does not eliminate the driver itself but determine to merely eliminate the leftovers, which means that you determine to have to physically eliminate the driver first which you do not necessitate any longer by going to Add/Remove Programs Menu. You can eliminate the left keys by using ccleaner.
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Re: Files and registry keys left behind by DriverSweeper

No you were not and by no means tried. You immediately tried that in "regular" mode thought and it runs extremely well you always clean your drivers out in safe mode for the reason that you have to read it?s most excellent so never even thought to try to work as admin in regular mode. But yeah no error messages you cannot envisage what may be wrong with TS's driver sweeper that it would not work. You guys actually be supposed to try to read the readme or help file. It evidently says merely run in administrator mode.
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Re: Files and registry keys left behind by DriverSweeper

Individually, I would have a preference a driver cleaner that lets you select what to clean. Sort of similar to you scan, are presented with a record and you choose what to clean. The major difficulty / reason behind this are that the entire driver cleaner clean a bit too a great deal and kill the WHQL on your monitor drivers, meaning you have to reinstall them each time. Well, a cleaner does necessitate cleaning the whole thing of course, otherwise you still have leftovers. It be capable of be probable to do it similar to CCleaner, but merely cleaning half of the driver means there are still leftovers.
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Re: Files and registry keys left behind by DriverSweeper

You have given this program three possibility. One with the innovative release, one subsequent to the name modification, and one with the most recent version. The entire three times subsequent to you cleaned the drivers and rebooted you received the dreaded God has shut down your computer so it does not blow up BSOD. The entire three times was with dissimilar driver versions, one was beta and two were administrator release. The merely thing you be able to think of is it is a hardware precise problem with the method the drivers install on this hybrid mobo and removing something Nvidia chipset related.
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