I have a DELL desktop running Windows 10 64 bit. It has an AMD Radeon R9 270 video card. Whenever I follow AMD update instructions, it installs the update OK but does not delete all the old files. As a result, I have an AMD folder in my Windows Program File folder that now contains over 33GB of data. I need to remove it.
I tried uninstalling all AMD software using Windows uninstall but that didn't help. I also ran AMD's uninstall program that supposedly strips out all AMD software, except for chipset files. That didn't help either.
My question is twofold - how do I fix this or, after running AMD's uninstall program, can I just delete the 33GB of program files without somehow screwing up my system by deleting something that is used by other programs??
Download DDU and use that to remove all traces of your current AMD driver & software. Also delete C:AMD installation folder.
After using DDU you can search for any AMD folders & delete them if it concerns the GPU driver