Wednesday, March 31st 2021

TechPowerUp NVCleanstall v1.9.0 Released

TechPowerUp today released the latest version of NVCleanstall, our lightweight utility that lets you take greater control of your NVIDIA driver software installation, letting you toggle the installation of a lot more features than what the "Custom" option in the NVIDIA installer allows. These could be important features such as Telemetry. Version 1.9.0 introduces a handful major feature updates. We've improved the driver signature rebuilding so you no longer see the "do you want to trust this publisher" warning. The "Add Hardware Support" setting has been fixed for Quadro drivers. We've also greatly reduced the app's memory footprint, with help from jgottula.

DOWNLOAD: TechPowerUp NVCleanstall 1.9.0
  • Improved rebuilding the driver's digital signature. It's now much faster and there is no more "do you want to trust this publisher" warning
  • Fixed "Add hardware support" on Quadro drivers
  • Greatly reduced memory consumption. Thanks jgottula
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12 Comments on TechPowerUp NVCleanstall v1.9.0 Released

#1
Xex360
Is there a tutorial for this tool?
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#2
mouacyk
Xex360Is there a tutorial for this tool?
Yes.

1. Use it.
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#3
R-T-B
mouacykYes.

1. Use it.
To answer in a more direct way, yes, basically it walks you through the whole process when launched. Very intuitive.
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#4
mouacyk
R-T-BTo answer in a more direct way, yes, basically it walks you through the whole process when launched. Very intuitive.
Thanks. Intuition somehow eluded me.
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#5
W1zzard
mouacykThanks. Intuition somehow eluded me.
Any specific issues? Suggestions?
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#6
mouacyk
Sorry, just flexing some software elitism.
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#7
R-T-B
mouacykSorry, just flexing some software elitism.
No no no we just had a thread on this...

/kidding
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#8
jjnissanpatfan
I used this thinking it would uninstall all of the old nvidia stuff. It only did the driver even though I thought i clicked all the right boxes. I started in safe mode restarted 3 times uninstalling than ran DDclean in safe mode, unplugged the internet restarted and used nvcleanstall again. I liked the prompt that told me nvcleanstall stopped windows from installing the bloat again!! If you do fresh install from Nvidia you get 10-15 processes in the task manager. There is only 2 now and all games work great and it runs as it should. I guess because the hardware is getting better company's are getting worse. They make the games and programs with so much bloat..I can remove a virus easier than NVidia!!! You install one program now its 20 processes...look at steam...wildness! Sorry for the rant and thank you Wizzard for the continued great programs and website and helping the fight!!!!
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#9
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
I've never had a problem installing NVIDIA driver updates the standard way, but I'm intrigued. I'll give this a go.
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#10
Candor
I freakin' love this software :rockout:

It makes modifying nvidia drivers for my old Alienware laptop a breeze.

No more fudging around with .inf files! :respect:
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#11
W1zzard
CandorI freakin' love this software :rockout:

It makes modifying nvidia drivers for my old Alienware laptop a breeze.

No more fudging around with .inf files! :respect:
Great to hear :) if you have suggestions for further improvements or how to optimize the flow, let me know
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#12
mouacyk
W1zzardGreat to hear :) if you have suggestions for further improvements or how to optimize the flow, let me know
May be some kind of integration with DDU?
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