Re: How do I uninstall GWUM tools
ProfJim - Did you have EasyTune 5 before going to 6? If so, did you delete GWUM files first? Where did you find it? Or are you saying GWUM only related to version 4 and not 5 and that I can safely just uninstall 5 and reinstall without worrying about the GWUM files?
On their download page, Gigabyte notes that ET5 is compatible with P35 boards, but they are not shown on the list for ET6. Interesting that it works for you. What operating system do you have on that computer? I have Vista.
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