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Next you want to check for the graphics device drivers. For AMD drivers, enter AMD in the search window. If this brings up one or more entries, make sure to uninstall these AMD drivers. The matching entry to do this for AMD is called: AMD Software. Leave the AMD Chipset drivers alone. They are fine to leave installed w/o without impacting the graphics card drivers. The same goes for the AMD Radeon Settings. These might get uninstalled by uninstalling the AMD Software entry, which is fine. If they are left behind afterwards, there's no need to explicitly uninstall them.

After having uninstalled First select the AMD Software (in case it was present on your device), you should restart the machine.entry and click on Uninstall. Confirm the selection by clicking on Uninstall once more.
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Another Windows confirmation dialog might pop up. Confirm this again by clicking on "Yes".

The uninstall tool should start now and present a dialog like the following one. Simply click on "Yes" in the window.
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This brings up the progress window:
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Wait until the progress reaches 100% and select: "Restart Now" in the final dialog.

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Once done, Windows might install default drivers for the AMD device. Allow this to go through. Afterwards ensure that the AMD Software entry and the Vulkan Runtime Libraries entries are gone from the Apps & features list.

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