What would be the best way to remove old drivers on a Powerspec G510?


I've got the driver compatibility message box at start-up about old drivers like ene.sys and MsIo64.sys. According to this other post (https://community.microcenter.com/discussion/12010/where-can-i-find-an-updated-driver-for-mslo64-sys), the drivers were related to Aura and RGB software. I don't use the color settings at all, so I tried uninstalling that software, but the drivers remain. What would be the best way to remove/disable the drivers so I'll stop seeing the incompatibility message window?

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