Cisco UCS Virtual Interface Card Drivers for Windows Installation Guide
Uninstalling Cisco UCS VIC Drivers
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Uninstalling Cisco UCS VIC Drivers

Uninstalling Cisco UCS VIC Drivers

This chapter contains the following sections:

Uninstalling Windows Drivers

Procedure
    Step 1   Start the Device Manager.
    1. Right-click My Computer.
    2. Choose Manage.
    3. Choose Device Manager.
    Step 2   Expand the adapter.
    • For the eNIC driver, expand Network Adapters.

    • For the fNIC driver, expand Storage Controllers.

    Step 3   In the Devices list, right-click the adapter and select Uninstall.
    • For the eNIC driver, right-click Cisco VIC Ethernet Interface.

    • For the fNIC driver, right-click Cisco VIC FCoE Storport Miniport.

    Step 4   In the Confirm Device Removal dialog box, click OK.

    Uninstalling the NIC Teaming Driver

    Procedure
      Step 1   In Windows, open a command prompt with administrator privileges.
      Step 2   At the command prompt, enter enictool -u

      The Cisco NIC Teaming Driver is uninstalled.


      Uninstalling the iSCSI Crash Dump Driver

      Procedure
        Step 1   Open a command prompt with administrator privileges.
        Step 2   Enter the following command to uninstall the iSCSI Crash Dump Driver using the iSCSI Crash Dump Driver utility:

        edumputil -u.

        Step 3   Reboot the host.

        Rolling back the sNIC Driver

        Procedure
          Step 1   Right-click My Computer.
          Step 2   Click Manage.
          Step 3   Select Device Manager.
          Step 4   Select the device and right-click it.
          Step 5   Select Properties and click Driver.
          Step 6   In the Driver dialog box, click Rollback driver.

          Removing the sNIC Driver

          Procedure
            Step 1   Right-click My Computer.
            Step 2   Click Manage.
            Step 3   Select Device Manager.
            Step 4   Select Storage controllers and expand it.
            Step 5   Right-click Cisco VIC-SNIC Adapter from the devices list.
            Step 6   Select Uninstall.
            Step 7   In the Confirm Device Removal dialog box click OK.