Uninstall the old video card driver

PC: HP Pavilion 6520f desktop computer

new video card: AMD Radeon 6570

I tried to replace my old Integrated GPU (AMD 4200) so that I could get a better game experience, but whenever I try to uninstall the old driver, the computer will not start up without restorations system 1 or 2.

This also happens whenever I have install drivers for the new graphics card.

I know that the card is incompatible (heck I use to write this) but I can't use it to its full potential because I can't install drivers for the moment.

Is the my solveable problem? Or will I have to give it up until I get a new computer?

PS (I had tried this before time with an AMD 5450 and curiously the instilation of the card, its driver and uninstall the old driver fitted perfectly and it worked perfectly... For a start.  Then he developed in a similar situation as described above. [in this case, the 5000 series is not compatible)]

Hello

You do not mention the upgrade of the standard 250 Watt power supply in your PC and the AMD 6570 requires a minimum of 400 watts power by AMD.  Not having enough power for the video card will cause lots of weird problems, including crashes, freezes and performance.

The 6570 AMD isn't a good video card for modern games, you might want to return it and get a better card and a power supply.

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