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I have two camera models C310 version A1 and C310 version B1. If a pc has the driver for the version A1 installed, and then the B1 camera is plugged in later on, the PC will try to load the newer driver. After plugging the A1 camera back in, the A1 driver tries to load and fails every time. Even after uninstalling all of the software and driver and re installing. Does anyone have a simple solution or utility that will erase out all files from the C310 on my PC so I can start over?

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