On Windows 10, sometimes, a third-party driver can prevent a computer from starting correctly because of compatibility issues or other problems. When this happens, you can restart in Safe mode to remove the problematic driver or use a System Restore Point to roll back to the last good known working state. However, there will be times when the device won’t even start in Safe mode, and the restore point will fail to apply.
Drivers are a significant part of Windows 10 computers because you can’t use your computer and connected devices without them. Windows 10 automatically downloads and installs the latest drivers with the Windows Update. Maybe, some drivers are not compatible with your version of Windows, causing errors, crashes, and Blue Screens. It may be necessary to delete these drivers. Then, you have to uninstall or delete those faulty drivers from the apps. In this risewindows post, we will guide you on how to uninstall drivers from Windows 10.
Once you uninstall the drivers, Windows Update installs the faulty ones again; we recommend stopping Windows Update’s automatic driver installation.
How to Uninstall Drivers from Windows 10?
Follow these steps to remove drivers from your Windows 10:-
Step 1. First, open the Device Manager.
Now, click the
Step 2. Then, the Device Manager lists all the hardware components inside your computer or connected to it. It also includes emulated hardware by the apps that you have installed. They are organized by type.
After that, browse the list of hardware and find the device for which you want to uninstall the driver. Next, right-click or press and hold (on a touchscreen) the component’s name with the questionable driver. Then, click
Step 3. Now, click the
Step 4. After that, an Uninstall Device dialog window opens. Check the box labeled “Delete the driver software for this device.”
Step 5. Lastly, click the
You can manually install the drivers when you need them in the future.
That’s it for the article.
I hope this post will be helpful to you.
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