|31 May 2014||#1|
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How to undo bad graphics driver update
I see there is a new driver for my Intel 4600 graphics adapter. I assume everything will go well, but I'm paranoid. How do I back out this maintenance (or do anything else, for that matter) if I no longer have a usable graphics adapter? I assume there must be some basic bios-based driver used during the boot process so I guess I could reinstall Windows at worst, but that seems like a bit of overkill.
What standard precautions are advised before updating a graphics driver?
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