How to delete files in C:/Windows/assembly (access denied)

Cause of uninstalls unclean, the ATI driver for my video card is corrupt, and I have to manually removeeverything with the token "90ba9c70f846762e in the folder of the Assembly. I tried almost everything I can find on the forums, but no matter what I do, I always get 'Access denied'. If I can't get this resolved, I think I'm going to reformat and do a clean install of windows or switch to nVidia, because I can't change all the settings on my GPU for this reason.

Hi FearTheCalm,

In Windows 7, you cannot delete anything of C:\Windows\Assembly.

Looks like you have not uninstalled properly the computer ATI drivers.

I suggest you contact ATI\AMD support for more information about how to completely remove the drivers for the computer.

http://support.AMD.com/us/pages/AMDSupportHub.aspx

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