Uninstalling Devices and Driver Packages
After a device is installed, it might be necessary to uninstall a device or a driver package. For example, an end-user might decide to replace the associated device, or the driver package might have to be uninstalled when a driver is updated.
When you uninstall a device, you must remove the device node (devnode) that represents the physical instance of the device in the system.
When you uninstall a driver package, you must complete the following actions:
Delete the binary files of the driver package.
This section describes how to uninstall devices and driver packages. It is intended for driver developers who want to provide instructions or tools to their customers.
This section includes the following topics: