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  1.    22 Sep 2015 #11
    Join Date : Aug 2015
    Upstate NY, USA
    Posts : 192
    Windows 10 Home 64 bit

    Quote Originally Posted by nkomp18 View Post
    Yes of course, none of these suggestions work. Not sure what it does, but it certainly doesn't stop the update.

    I don't have access to the Local Group Policy Editor because I am using the Home edition. However the other suggestions result in a non-bootable system. That means hours of effort to format and re-install Windows 10, not to mention loss of data.

    Anyway not looking for solutions any more, I just wanted to vent and let all this frustration out.
    Uninstall the driver update and then do a manual check for updates in Windows Update and choose to hide it when it shows back up. Then it will not install and you can use the driver you want to.
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  2.    22 Sep 2015 #12
    Join Date : Sep 2015
    London, UK
    Posts : 22
    Windows 10

    Enabling legacy boot and booting into safe mode didn't work for me. Once the driver is installed uninstalling it won't fix the issue.What happens is the computer refuses to shut down or restart or even hibernate. Restarting results in an endless bootloop. Booting into safe mode as well. Not sure why this is...
    Last edited by nkomp18; 23 Sep 2015 at 03:14.
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