November 1. 2012 Updated: How to Uninstall DriverScanner 2013 Program?
Wanna completely uninstall the previously installed Uniblue’s driver auto-repair program? Then the following detailed step-by-step instructions should guide you through the standard uninstall of the DriverScanner 2013 and then leftover files and registry entries cleaning. And the following uninstaller program can help you effectively uninstall DriverScanner 2013 and all of its additional traces if you had any unexpected issues cleaning them manually.
Take the effective steps below to automatically uninstall DriverScanner 2013
After you’ve saved and close all the unrelated personal file(s) and program(s)/application(s) as system administrator… Again, if the following standard uninstall does not help you complete the expected install of DriverScanner, download this uninstaller to force uninstall DriverScanner on your machine.
- Enter and remember the following installation folder created by the DriverScanner software – to totally uninstall DriverScanner, you may need to manually clean any remained file(s) in it: right-click on the shortcut file for D.S., choose the Properties, and then click the Open File Location or Find Target.. tab on the DriverScanner Properties window.
- Scroll down till you locate and run the below unins000(.exe) application (size, 1.38 MB) to uninstall DriverScanner on your Windows. Read or review some more details about it.
- Then you can press the [Enter] key to run it and then, for Windows 7/Vista end-users, you need to select the Yes option from the below UAC window to go on to uninstall DriverScanner program.
- Click on the Yes button on the below Uniblue DriverScanner Uninstall window to continue to uninstall DriverScanner.
- You just need to wait seconds for the auto-uninstall to complete. Click the OK on the below Uniblue DriverScanner Uninstall again.
- Save and restart your computer then. If you are a tech challenged end-user, please use this Windows uninstaller to perform a clean or force uninstall option for the unwanted or problematic D.S. program. Please go here for more uninstall help if you cannot use the steps to uninstall DriverScanner in your system.
How do I uninstall DriverScanner 2012?
Part 1: Use the following Instruction One to uninstall DriverScanner 2012.
- Click Start >> All Programs / Programs >> open Uniblue entry >> click DriverScanner in it >> scroll down and run the Uninstall DriverScanner application.
- Click the Yes button on User Account Control to let your Windows uninstall DriverScanner automatically. See the below detailed information.
- Program name: Setup/Uninstall
- Verified publisher: Uniblue System
- File origin: Hard drive on this computer
- Program location: “C:\Programs Files\Uniblue\DriverScanner\unins000.exe” / INITPROWND=$3023A
Part 2: Follow this Instruction 2 to uninstall DriverScanner v2012
Tip Below are the steps to be like the above ones. But, it will help you perform the manual deletion of the program’s file type remains to cleanly uninstall DriverScanner 2012.
- Right-click on the Uninstall DriverScanner application in Uniblue, select the Uninstall DriverScanner Properties entry at the bottom of the menu.
- Click the Open File Location / Find Target… button on that Uninstall DriverScanner Properties window. Click OK/Cancel to shut it down.
- Run the unins000 (.exe) application using the administrative privileges. See the detailed information about it.
- Type of file: Application (.exe) / Win32 EXE
- Description: Set/Uninstall
- Size: 1.40 MB (1,475,896 bytes)
- Size on disk: 1.41 MB (1,478,656 bytes)
- File version: 51.1052.0.0
- SHA256: fa8a81e2931b219b6e587cff82704249ed369704819c72b13b92ea0c9c8ac821
- SHA1: 329950912fcfa6abd908c3ce3793e0cce513fede
- MD5: 2d9e3c63c077e2dbabb0f51cbc9c583f
- Other File names: B3E798FD387F5184854416147E268500D4889021.exe / DPYGMRXLFG-377.pms.exe.SVD
Tip Click Yes on the UAC window.
Now you have this Instruction Three to uninstall DriverScanner 2012
- Click Start >> (Settings) >> Control Panel >> Programs >> Uninstall a program / Add or Remove Programs.
- Locate Uniblue DriverScanner program on list, launch the Uninstall option for it; or, you can also run it directly. See more information about the currently installed DriverScanner software in the event that you need some more tech support after this standard uninstall process.
- Publisher: Uniblue System Ltd
- Size: 25.5 MB
- (Product) Version: 126.96.36.199
- Help link: support[dot]uniblue[dot]com
Remove DriverScanner Leftover Files and Registry Entries
It might be uncommon for Windows starters to effectively and safely find leftover program traces of DriverScanner. To safely uninstall DriverScanner and other unwanted programs, you should use an unisntall utility that can enable you to quickly remove the hidden program leaves. Click here to download Windows uninstaller.
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Tips: How to Use DriverScanner Software
Q: How to can I run the DriverScanner software on my Windows 7 machine?
- Log on as an administrator.
- Run the shortcut file on the Desktop.
- (Important: ) Click Yes on User Account Control. See the following screen shot for more help.
- Wait seconds for the program to load completely.
- Or you can start a new scan for the devices on your machine by clicking the blue Start scan button in Driver scan portion. You then will learn the results by the automatic scanning by DriverScanner software.
- Categories covered by each scan: Disk drives, Processors, Display adapters, Other devices, DVD/CD-ROM drives; Sound, video and game controllers, IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers, System devices, Monitors, SCSI/RAID, Network adapter, Universal Serial Bus controllers.
Q: How can I learn more details about the problematic devices on my computer; then fix it/them?
- When you see the Driver scan told you that “Scan complete. Attention: xxx devices have outdated drivers.”
- You then click on the Learn more link in the Version details section. See the related screenshot above and see the example of Network adapters below for more tips.
- Item: Old driver vs. New driver
- Section: Network adaptors
- Old driver. Currently installed and outdated
- Version: 188.8.131.52
- Date: 28-May-2008
- Manufacturer: Microsoft
- New driver. Available to download.
- Version: 184.108.40.206
- Date: 23-September-2008
- Manufacturer: Microsoft
NOTE You just could NOT download and install the recommended drivers for your device via running a trial version of DriverScanner program. See the below information.
- Info: Purchase now to update all drivers. Leaving outdated drivers on your system may threaten your PC’s stability resulting in crashes, slow performance and hardware problems.
- Driver age: xxx outdated drivers are still on your system.
- Additional information: “Improved performance, or your money back. If you are not completely happy with this product, contact us with 60 days of purchase for a full refund. Already purchased DriverScanner? Click here to activate.”
Q: How to manage the reported item(s) on my Windows?
- Click the Update drivers, telling “DriverScanner is downloading the driver updates for your system. Before you will be able to install them, all downloads need to be completed.”.
- Again, to download and install a newer version of driver for your devices/Windows, you click the blue Download link and register the DriverScanner program.
- You can tell Uniblue System Ltd any issues caused by the wrongly installed drivers by click the Report link behind the downloadable driver item: select one of the below options for Driver problem (Driver not downloading at all/Driver downloads slowly/Driver does not install properly/Driver appears corrupted/Driver does not update/Driver is not correct/Other), enter some details in Error report, then you click the Send report button.
- Or, of course, you can launch the Ignore option for the items listed. You can click the Ignored drivers in Manage to review them. See the below picture.
- Moreover, you can move those downloaded packages / driver installer to other disks on your computer to speed up your system, or free some more space for the system drive by clicking the Download history >> “Open in Windows Explorer”. Or, you can also change the option for the Download settings in Settings later on.
- If you just had installed the incorrect drivers for your computer, try to run your machine in Safe Mode, then run DriverScanner, launch the Restore option in Manage, detailing you “A restore point is created by DriverScanner every time a new driver is installed. These restore points are used to save system information so you can roll your PC’s software and settings back to a previous configuration if you ever want to undo the installation of a driver. Please note that rolling back to a previous system configuration will undo any other changes made to your computer.”
Additional information: “If a driver you tried to install is causing problems, or if it failed to install, you can send an error report. Error reports can help Uniblue or replace problematic drivers.”
Tip To speed up the downloads, you apply the default value/number 3 for the Download settings, informing “Maximum number of simultaneous driver downloads”. Then you click Apply button. And to speed up your Windows Startup/boot time, you click the Scan settings >> disable the below two options for it, “Launch DriverScanner when Windows starts” and “Start a scan automatically when DriverScanner is launched”, informing you “We recommend that this setting if left on so that the driver status is always updated automatically. This relieves you of the need to perform a manual scan every time a new driver is installed.”
Wanna completely remove or UNINSTALL DriverScanner and then get your devices updated automatically by Windows? Please review my video guide and run this Windows uninstaller to safely and effectively cleans its traces left on your computer.
The wrongly installed drivers and/or other Windows updates made your machine frozen, then you have to restore your computer?!
Please follow the below resolutions to prevent and troubleshoot system crashes caused by those wrong drivers/updates installed on your computer:
- Try your best to save and move all your unsaved documents and other important files to any non-system disks on your computer; then reboot your Windows, check the crash issue out.
- Load it in its Safe Mode (with Networking), right-click on (My) Computer >> select the Manage entry >> Computer Management (Windows 7 / Windows Vista)/Device Manager (Windows XP SP3) >> locate the Device Manager in System Tools >> find the problematic item from the list, right-click on it; launch and complete the Uninstall option for it to temporarily remove the wrong driver installed from your system >> save and restart your computer.
- Now, you need to reinstall the missing driver for your Windows/any hard device on it:
- Open Device Manager
- Locate the problematic device again, you would find there was a yellow exclamation/question mark in front of the problematic item
- Right-click on it >> select the Properties option >> see the General tab on the "xxx Properties" window, launch any option like "Reinstall Driver…" >> follow the recommended options by the Hardware Update Wizard
- Save and restart your device
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- Windows 7/Vista users’ entry: click on the View installed updates on the left top in Programs window >> wait for the "Uninstall an update" list loads completely >> find the most recently installed Windows packages, right-click on it , launch and follow the Uninstall wizard of it >> save and reboost your system to check the driver problem out
- Windows XP SP 3 users’ option: enable the "Show updates" option for Add/Remove Programs >> review the detailed steps above to remove the improper updates from your Windows
Tip Select the Yes option from Uninstall an update window, asking "Are you sure you want to uninstall this update?".
(From: Computer Tips Free dot com)
DriverScanner – CNET Download.com (See all user reviews)
Update a driver for hardware that isn't working properly – Microsoft® Windows®
How to manage devices in Windows XP – Microsoft Support
How to restore Windows XP to a previous state – Microsoft Support
Why is There a Yellow Exclamation Point in Device Manager? – About.com
Remove an update – Microsoft Corporation