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    ronen1n is offline New Member
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    i want to uninstall all drivers in my windows 7 and replas them with original drivers (That come with the system), how can i do dis?


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    Uninstalling all drivers may not be a good idea. A better idea would be to ask yourself, why you want to do it, which was the last driver you installed, which could be creating problems for you and then decide on a course of action.

    How to remove old & unused device drivers in Windows 7 | The Windows Club may nevertheless, interest you.

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    "which could be creating problems for you and then decide on a course of action" all drivers.
    i downloaded the DriverPack Solution 11 and he install most of my drivers and after this my computer start to stuck.
    So I do sysprep will delete my drivers and reinstall.

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    I'm sure there should a System Restore point while installing drivers. Do a System Restore to revert it back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capt.Jack View Post
    I'm sure there should a System Restore point while installing drivers. Do a System Restore to revert it back
    i dont like too use System Restore

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    You have 3 options. 1. Use System Restore, 2. Reformat, or 3. Really dork your computer up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanflash View Post
    You have 3 options. 1. Use System Restore, 2. Reformat, or 3. Really dork your computer up.
    I used sysprep ... I think it helped.

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