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'[PIC:] Uninstall Ftdi drivers from W XP system'
2004\03\01@010321 by Peter Crowcroft

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I have been using ftdi drivers R9012134.zip on my W XP system to program
pic programmers with no problems (kits 128 149 and 150 of mine).

But yesterday I tried to use a new Flash disk. It did not get recognized
despite instant recognition on another XP system but without ftdi drivers
on it.

So I tried to uninstall the ftdi drivers. This has been a mess. Ftdi's only
AN on the topic AN232-05 is for W2000. There is no remove Hardware in XP.

So my question is does anyone know how to completely remove the ftdi
drivers from my XP machine?

thanks,
regards,

Peter Crowcroft
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2004\03\01@015637 by Ken Pergola

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Peter Crowcroft wrote:

> So my question is does anyone know how to completely remove the ftdi
> drivers from my XP machine?


Hi Peter,

I remove drivers by the following method:

Start > Settings > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs

Then find the driver in the list and click change/remove.

Maybe you already tried this method, I could not tell from your post.
I'm not sure if this completely removes all registry entries, but I think
your best course of action is to contact FTDI tech support if you are still
having trouble.

Unfortunately, I personally have two e-mails that have gone unanswered by
FTDI which does not make me too happy.
I'm giving them the benefit of the doubt and will give them a few more days
since they just moved to a new location which is not fun and is very
disruptive.


Best regards,

Ken Pergola


P.S.
You mentioned that you "tried" to uninstall the drivers.
What exactly happened? It was hard to tell from your post.

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2004\03\01@020253 by steve

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> So my question is does anyone know how to completely remove the ftdi
> drivers from my XP machine?

"Add or Remove Programs" in Control Panel.
You may find that there is something else that uses the FTDI drivers but
shows up in the program list as another product name. Have a hunt for any
non-consumer USB devices.

Steve.

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2004\03\01@021124 by Peter Moreton

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Run FDTIUNIN.EXE (VCP drivers) or FTD2XXUN.EXE (D2XX drivers). Both can
be found in the respective device driver folder when unpacked.

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