Uninstall Windows 10 Drivers Offline


Last Updated on 6 de Janeiro, 2018 by Vítor Fernandes

A driver is not a process or task (program) managed independently by the system, but a set of tables containing information about each peripheral, as well as the information flows between the computer and the peripheral. It can be seen in some cases as part of the process that is running.wikipedia

Uninstalling driver(s) when offline can be useful in situations where Windows 10 operating system wont boot correctly, causing the “Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)” due to a controller in conflict with the system.

1 – Reboot to Windows 10 recovery menu panel.

You can use this option to go in to the menu right now!

shutdown /f /r /o /t 00

1 – Select troubleshooting option.

Troubleshooting options in Windows 10 Recovery menu

2 – Select advanced options.

Advanced options in Windows 10 Recovery menu

3 – Select command line option.

Command line in Windows 10 Recovery menu

4 – Select the user name.

Select user in Windows 10 Recovery menu

5 – Type a password, if necessary.

Using a password in Windows 10 Recovery menu

6 – Get the full list of controllers.

dism /image:d:\ /get-drivers
Get Windows 10 drivers in Recovery menu

7 – Remove the controller.

Where oem1.inf is the controller that you want to uninstall.

dism /image:d:\ /get-driverinfo /driver:oem1.inf
Remove Windows 10 drivers in Recovery menu

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