Updating drivers on windows
In my case below, you will see an Intel as well as a NVIDIA Ge Gorce entry.This means that my laptop switches between these two hardware depending on the need.Next, you’ll need to uninstall the offending update or driver update—but doing so is different for each. This link takes you to the “Uninstall an update” dialog, where you can uninstall an individual Windows Update if it’s causing problems on your system.The option to uninstall Windows Updates (not driver updates) is buried in the Settings app. This only lists all the updates that have been installed since the last major update, or “build“, of Windows 10.In Windows 10, click on the Start button to open the Win X Menu and select Device Manager.
The option to roll back a driver was added in Windows 10’s Anniversary Update.
There is yet another way, and that is to search for for your system on the internet and then search for the driver name on the site.
I have given a few links below for your ready reference.
Previously, you had to uninstall the device from your system and delete the driver so you could reinstall the original driver.
Just uninstalling drivers or updates won’t prevent them from being installed again.Anand Khanse is the Admin of The Windows Club.com, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP.