But from what I've read, the "Add/Remove Programs" process described below has changed a bit.
There's more than one way to start the Vista version of add/remove but the one which works for everyone (apparently) is to open "My Computer" and then click the "Uninstall or change a program" item which appears towards the top of the window.
That should bring up the new version of the add/remove window.
Then click the display driver to select it as described below in "Uninstalling with Add/Remove Programs" and then click the "Uninstall button".
You probably also have either the "ATI Control Panel" or the "ATI Catalyst Control Center".
First uninstall the "ATI Control Panel" or the "ATI Catalyst Control Center" if you have either of those.
Just select the uninstall utility, click the button, follow the prompts, and then reboot.
The entry is usually the name of the manufacturer of the GPU on your display adapter followed by "graphics driver" or "display driver".The easiest and most reliable way to uninstall display drivers is with the "Add/Remove Programs" window. All but the most ancient drivers from NVIDIA and ATI can be removed this way.Most other recent display drivers can also be uninstalled in "Add/Remove Programs".If the only NVIDIA driver installed is a display driver, then it will ask you to verify if you want to remove your display driver.If there is more than one NVIDIA driver, then it will allow you to select which drivers to remove.