Possible NVIDIA Driver Freezing (With no NVIDIA card)

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    blackroseMD1 said:
    Ah, ok. Yeah, your model is the L6610G. Here's the spec manual: http://static.acer.com/up/Resource/A...0PPT%201.4.pdf

    Doesn't seem to be any AMD or Nvidia parts in there.
    That's very odd that I have Nvidia and AMD then- I do not remember installing them! And they have only seemed to have caused problems (or so we assume) now that i'm on Windows 10... Very interesting and odd...
    What do you suggest I do? :)
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    Mechman007 said:
    That's very odd that I have Nvidia and AMD then- I do not remember installing them! And they have only seemed to have caused problems (or so we assume) now that i'm on Windows 10... Very interesting and odd...
    What do you suggest I do? :)
    Use the following to uninstall all traces of the Nvidia and AMD drivers: Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) V15.5.1.0 Released. | WagnardMobile
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    Well, here's the link to the Acer driver page for your computer: http://www.acer.ae/ac/en/AE/content/...riton%20L6610G

    Anything AMD or Nvidia related should be safe to get rid of, but make sure to back up anything important before you do, just in case.

    All the official drivers can be found at the above link.
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  4. Posts : 16
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    fracking4oil said:
    Use the following to uninstall all traces of the Nvidia and AMD drivers: Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) V15.5.1.0 Released. | WagnardMobile
    Thanks so much for the help! I think i'll leave uninstalling anything for another time- not to keen on working out how to back up tonight.

    I am very glad to have joined these forums. Will be sure to let you know if any freezing happens again :)

    Note: If anyone else reading this has anything to weigh in on how I even had Nvidia and AMD in the first place, be sure to comment please! :)
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