Step 2 : Install your driver Disconnect the computer from the Internet, go again into Device Manager, uninstall the driver installed by Windows and install your own.Reboot, and ensure that the driver stays as installed.However, some of these now-obsolete Tom Tom models are still available from a number of online retailers are being sold with the promise that these devices will be refreshed multiple times a year "for the lifetime of your device”.On its website, Tom Tom clarifies that "lifetime" updates actually refers to the "useful life" of a device.Hello I have Windows 10 Home 64 bit on my 3 PCs and it's driving me crazy.It always updates my graphics drivers when it does Windows Updates and breaks something.
They even tell you to make a system restore point before tweaking settings, which is a very nice touch since this really does need to be done.
Step 3 : Block driver update for that device Step 4 : Finishing Reconnect the computer to the Internet.
Verify from time to time that the driver has not changed (this should not happen unless Microsoft manages to break this option). Step 3 will show you how to Configure Show/Hide Driver Updates , so they stop updating.
The solution was that I had rollback the driver to older drivers and the graphics worked well again.
managecomputer/device manager/ find the graphics drivers and rollback the driver.