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January 3, 2013 11:31:07 PM

Hello, I am a Steam user, I got a daily update that said update your video card with amd. Once my video card updated, all of my games had problems. In all of them, there are actual holes in walls, props, AI, and my own character. I was thinking it had something to do with the update, is there a way I can uninstall that one update?
January 3, 2013 11:52:04 PM

Go to the device manager (Start > Right Click on 'Computer' > Properties > Device Manager) and find where it says 'Display Adapter'. Right clicking on your device should yield Update Driver or Uninstall.
I suggest trying to update it first and seeing whether Windows finds the correct one for you. Failing that, uninstall it and then download a more stable one from the AMD website.
Which model are you using?
January 4, 2013 12:01:32 AM

neo_classical said:
Go to the device manager (Start > Right Click on 'Computer' > Properties > Device Manager) and find where it says 'Display Adapter'. Right clicking on your device should yield Update Driver or Uninstall.
I suggest trying to update it first and seeing whether Windows finds the correct one for you. Failing that, uninstall it and then download a more stable one from the AMD website.
Which model are you using?

ATI Radeon 3000 graphics, its not very good.
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January 4, 2013 12:11:27 AM

neo_classical said:
Go to the device manager (Start > Right Click on 'Computer' > Properties > Device Manager) and find where it says 'Display Adapter'. Right clicking on your device should yield Update Driver or Uninstall.
I suggest trying to update it first and seeing whether Windows finds the correct one for you. Failing that, uninstall it and then download a more stable one from the AMD website.
Which model are you using?

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January 4, 2013 12:26:59 AM
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Yes there is, go to Control Panel Device Manager then click on display adapter right click on your G card then properties, driver and then click on roll back driver then it will, but remember only the GPU website will have the right driver.
January 4, 2013 9:02:17 PM

Best answer selected by Schwag116.
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