A Windows 10 update could put a small company out of business if a piece of software or hardware they depend on suddenly failed to work. I have a Windows 8 UPGRADE license key. If using it to block a driver from a specific device, can drivers for that device still be installed manually? lol…get outta here! this contact form
W10 update install, no USB Installed bad graphics driver Can't install w10 update, UEFI error? I am quite new to messing around with my computer. Then the undesired driver was automatically installed. Perttu Lehtinen I recommend Ubuntu 15.04. http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/251787-windows-keeps-re-installing-hd-graphics-driver-after-i-uninstall.html
Ignas If your computers are servers, then yes. Thanks! I guess you get what you pay for. Seems like an obvious thing to do Chris Henderson Why not use the method that is built into Windows itself instead of an app that might possibly have compat issues?
I have never used DDU, nor have I ever needed to since Windows 7. What I recommend is an option to disable GPU driver updates and better communication from MS regarding what has of hasn't been installed. On the other hand, letting the common Joe-Blow type of user configure their system not to take updates makes more work for techies like me, so either way's good for me. Windows 10 Keeps Reinstalling Apps Tried to roll back to Win8.1 - failed.
Like others, I'm concerned that this unwanted update is somehow interfering with me getting my wanted updates [I get a message from my anti-virus[!?] saying my Windows is not "properly updated"[?]]. Security updates? That's one of my biggest gripes with this version of the OS so far. https://www.onmsft.com/news/windows-10-how-blocking-automatic-reinstall-driver-or-update-windows-10 Now that I've seen Windows update attempt to install drivers for a GPU that hasn't been in the system for days and self-report that the process completed successfully, I'm even more
Please add the link to this answer. –Rohit Gupta Sep 5 '15 at 7:43 1 Must gone missing during copying from the not undeletable post. Show Or Hide Updates Troubleshooter In the uninstall dialog, check the box to Delete the driver software for this device if available. I also had a laugh about it when it happened in chat ( the serial down voting ). –Ramhound Sep 7 '15 at 3:52 2 @Rohit Gupta This must be Marc GP Probably they should be major and minor driver updates.
Big thumbs down for the Windows 10 for bullying and destroying ongoing systems Reply Nicholas April 12, 2016 at 1:00 pm Group Policy Editor method prevents any installation of any driver http://leshcatlabs.net/forums/showthread.php?tid=952 They fixed a previous problem by having better installers. Force Install Driver Windows 10 Reply Saundra December 14, 2015 at 3:27 am I just updated to windows 10 and i am having trouble with my graphics driver. Windows 10 Keeps Reinstalling Itself Reboot, and ensure that the driver stays as installed.
Jerry Hamilton I do not understand the fuss. weblink There's no way to disable part of the update service (at least not yet). It looked and functioned the same as it did in 2008. I could go back to 7 ultimate, but i really need to find a way to ensure driver updates are never installed again! Stop Windows 10 From Installing Drivers
I got the following updates: Security update for Windows 7 for x64 based system (KB2621440) Security update for Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.1 on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Jorgie was pointing out that enough of that old driver hung around for Windows Update to recognize it, which means you have fragments of code lying around that may be an I have been evaluating Windows 10 both in a virtual machine and on a testbed in order to examine the OS in two different scenarios. http://webgeninfosystems.com/windows-10/these-programs-showed-up-when-i-searched-live-update-for-an-uninstall.html share|improve this answer edited Oct 12 '16 at 22:50 answered Oct 11 '16 at 18:16 user2100505 11 2 this was already posted with a picture last year: superuser.com/a/968618/174557.
The dialog above no longer exists. Windows Has Determined That The Driver Is Up To Date But that tech support guy was just telling me to get lost. ajl7519 Definitely a short-sided decision.
What might be useful is a setting or tool that technically inclined people can use (I see a KB number above which might give you this functionality) to block updates of Hell, if you don't want to hand over $120, you can always do the XP->8->10 install, use Belarc Advisor to extract your product key, use the Media Creation tool to get The same troubleshooter also allows you to show Windows Updates that have been hidden, so that they can be automatically installed by Windows Update in case you change your mind. Kb3073930 Now That - should work as a government employee - "person" at the hotline didn't even bother.
Reply Brian Nordin April 1, 2016 at 6:34 pm Windows update crashed my Windows 7 / Nvidia GEForce 660 card on or about March 27. I went on control panel to uninstall the AMD Catalyst and rebooted. I'm guessing since you're ranting on Extremetech instead of studying your new Windows, you didn't, however. his comment is here Now I cannot use my software called StormNet.
However, I do want more control over the hardware drivers. But hey, I am in very good company - IBM e.a. Upgrading to newer hardware is not always an option or it takes time to obtain the funds to do it. asked 1 year ago viewed 26398 times active 3 months ago Blog Say Farewell to Winter Bash 2016!
What's up with this doo doo? When I try to do so, the installer causes a BSOD when on "Detecting Graphics Hardware...". This information is easily found. Which drivers did Windows 10 break for you?
Even the WiFi option disappeared. Should I contact the manufacturer if their product allows access to other users' location information? Kyle In my experience, the new "update" screen doesn't show optional or important updates like Windows 7 did. No thank you. #ftdigate anyone?
Open Device Manager (Safe Mode not needed), View > Hidden Devices, Expand Display Adapters, Right Click Remove the old card that is no longer in the system, and if the drivers