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  • Uninstalling CCC 10.12 (Win 7) from Ubuntu 10.10

    The thread title is a little confusing so let me clear this up:

    1) I have a 40GB SSD with Windows 7 installed.
    2) AMD Catalyst 10.12 breaks my graphics drivers so Windows cannot boot.
    3) Safe Mode doesn't start either.
    4) I boot into Ubuntu 10.10 live CD to remove CCC from my Windows installation.

    How can I manually remove my AMD graphics drivers from Linux Live-CD?

    Thanks,

    Toon.

  • #2
    Find the DLLs i guess then Bin them.....

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    • #3
      You can't I'm afraid. In windows it must be removed from the registry and if you remove the DLL's etc whilst in ubuntu you will only break it more.
      Desktop: Intel i5-4690K | 16GB DDR3 | Gigabyte Z97N-WIFI | EVGA GTX 660 3GB | Windows 10
      Server 0: Gen8 HP Microserver | Proxmox Hypervisor Server 1: Gen8 HP Microserver | FreeNAS

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      • #4
        LoL Okey don't do my idea

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        • #5
          Yeah, just went for the format and reinstall (again).

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          • #6
            can you not boot up in to safe mode and then remove the drivers?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Toonshorty View Post
              3) Safe Mode doesn't start either.
              Originally posted by mikeyuk3 View Post
              can you not boot up in to safe mode and then remove the drivers?
              Do they teach you to read in school??
              Desktop: Intel i5-4690K | 16GB DDR3 | Gigabyte Z97N-WIFI | EVGA GTX 660 3GB | Windows 10
              Server 0: Gen8 HP Microserver | Proxmox Hypervisor Server 1: Gen8 HP Microserver | FreeNAS

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              • #8
                maybe too late, but re safe mode - did you try pressing F8 for advanced boot options? specifically to force 640 x 480 or use last known good configuration?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Lorem-Ipsum View Post
                  Do they teach you to read in school??
                  sorry i must have overlooked it

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