How to remove Driver Update (Virus Removal Guide)

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18 Responses

  1. Mary Anna Vivian says:

    I received message that my drivers were out of date. I went to control panel and every driver shows it is current. Prior to that I tried to find a driver update software. One was Slimware. Now everytime the computer starts up Malwarebytes says it has blocked a pup virus. I did read where this is not actually a virus but aggressive data on my computer. Malwarebytes has not removed this at all. I use Revo Uninstall and chose to uninstall the driver update. I still get this messages. It now shows this is completely removed but still there it is on startup every time. What is left to do to get rid of this pain. Any help is appreciated.

  2. Lenard A. Smock says:

    remove slim ware from this computer

  3. Gordon says:

    Slimware Driver Update kept popping up in the middle of anything, so I deleted it …but not easy to do. First, find the program to determine it path. Then, follow that path in Windows Explorer. You can delete it there. The program was hidden from the normal method of uninstalling software.

  4. Glenn A. Raines says:

    delete all drivers update items

  5. Rob says:

    C Cleaner did it for me

  6. Denis levert says:

    I tried many times to remove drivers update from my computer. I get the response:Do you want the following program to install your drivers update?

  7. Anonymous says:

    C Cleaner did it for me-thank you!

  8. R. Northrop says:

    Driver Update uninstall seems to be working, then asks if I want to update the software. A NO response aborts the uninstall. What to do?

  1. September 15, 2016

    […] messages about updating your computer’s drivers may actually be coming from malicious software or viruses lurking on your PC. If you are besieged with driver-update messages, run an antivirus and […]

  2. September 15, 2016

    […] messages about updating your computer’s drivers may actually be coming from malicious software or viruses lurking on your PC. If you are besieged with driver-update messages, run an antivirus and […]

  3. September 15, 2016

    […] messages about updating your computer’s drivers may actually be coming from malicious software or viruses lurking on your PC. If you are besieged with driver-update messages, run an antivirus and […]

  4. September 15, 2016

    […] messages about updating your computer’s drivers may actually be coming from malicious software or viruses lurking on your PC. If you are besieged with driver-update messages, run an antivirus and […]

  5. September 15, 2016

    […] about updating your computer’s drivers may actually be coming from malicious software or viruses lurking on your PC. If you are besieged with driver-update messages, run an antivirus and […]

  6. September 16, 2016

    […] messages about updating your computer’s drivers may actually be coming from malicious software or viruses lurking on your PC. If you are besieged with driver-update messages, run an antivirus and […]

  7. September 20, 2016

    […] messages about updating your computer’s drivers may actually be coming from malicious software or viruses lurking on your PC. If you are besieged with driver-update messages, run an antivirus and […]

  8. May 22, 2018

    […] Driver Update virus The Driver Update virus (also found as the DriverUpdate virus, DriverUpdate by SlimWare Utilities Inc. virus) is a potentially unwanted program … …read more       […]

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