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ndiswrapper windows drivers uninstall issue
July 24, 2019
Edited: July 24, 2019
January 3, 2023
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Uninstalling (for the most part) is simply reversing the installation method. For example, if to install it you used:
sudo apt-get install ndisgtk
Then to uninstall it you would use:
sudo apt-get remove ndisgtk
There are additional details you might want to read:
- How do I cleanly remove NDISwrapper?
- How do I remove ndiswrapper completely?
- How to Uninstall Ndiswrapper
The last link deals with the windows wrapped drivers that are created in
That said I’m often one of those “Leave well enough alone” guys and even if I wasn’t using Windows Wrapped Drivers anymore I might be tempted to just leave them be. On the other hand if
dkms was compiling the new drivers with each kernel update and the time was distracting me, I probably would purge it all.