shmu26

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So I tried Driver Store Explorer, which showed me the same drivers as Device Manager, but not the additional drivers listed in Apps, which seem to be subtly different:View attachment 244026View attachment 244027View attachment 244028View attachment 244029
DriverStoreExplorer has an option to delete old drivers. That's what you want. Let DSE figure it all out for you.
And thanks to @Gandalf_The_Grey for reminding us about that great program. I was doing it the hard way.
 

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After I upgraded to 2004, I discovered that if you try to enable memory integrity, and Windows refuses, there is a clickable text at the bottom of the screen that gives you a list of the problems.
I clicked, and found a bunch of Conexant drivers from a fax modem I am not using anymore. I deleted the drivers (I needed to take ownership of them first) and then I was able to enable memory integrity.
About memory integrity: it uses Hyper-V.
That means it conflicts with VirtualBox and other virtualization programs. After enabling memory integrity, my VMs ran slow as a turtle, or slower.
 
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