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How to safely uninstall Catalyst?
I've given up on AMD ever porting their newer Catalyst drivers (post-13.1) to "legacy cards" like mine, so Plan B is to uninstall it and install the latest open source drivers and see if that works. The question is... how? I went through a bunch of rigmarole in the terminal to get it set up in the first place, and I have no idea how I would transition back without breaking something. I'm on Kubuntu 12.04 x64, and I couldn't even apply system updates without screwing up Catalyst so badly that I could only boot into command-line mode until I wiped and reinstalled everything.
Date Posted: Dec 19, 2013 @ 11:17am