Re: Computer Problems: Please Help!
You don't want to delete the driver, you want to roll-back the driver to the previous one.
Being that it's the chipset driver, you can't do this simply. You will need to reinstall the chipset drivers that came with the PC, which will effectively wipe the new drivers you installed out. I do find it hard to believe you're experiencing performance issues because of a new driver, unless it was the wrong driver. Did you make sure the motherboard model number matched the download for it?
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