Need help stop windows 10 upgrading my graphics card driver

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  1. LiLCruz

    LiLCruz Notebook Enthusiast

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    I was using O&O ShutUp10 stop this now not working I did clean install today installed my driver's etc offline now when connect to internet it will update my graphics driver to newer version anybody know how stop this I did 3 clean installs still no go.
     
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  2. 0lok

    0lok Notebook Deity

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    This actually happened to me I have a windows 10 home edition. What I did was did the clean install and installed the newest/latest nvidia driver then updated windows. It detected that I already have the latest nvidia drivers for all nvidia stuff so it didnt update anything. After updating windows 10 I used O7Oshutup 10 to totally disable the windows update then used DDU to install the nvidia driver that I wanted. also disable telemetry from nvidia. Problem solved for me. Dont know if this helps or you understand me. Bad english. LOL. Another and better solution is get a windows 10 pro and disable it from the group policy by watching @Phoenix Clean install guide here in the forum. Hope this helps. ^_^
     
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    LiLCruz Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thanks for info but this pretty much sucks I always use @Phoenix clean install guide now Microsoft found way install graphic drivers automatically even windows update mini tool set to disabled offline did not work for me.
     
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    hmscott Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Maybe it's time to stop wasting time on Windows 10, and install the stable Windows 8.1/7, where you can still turn off *all* updates?
     
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    Papusan JOKEBOOK's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    LiLCruz Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yes I really hate windows 10 but don't know if windows 7 will install my laptop that uses a m2 SSD will I get slow boot up speed using my m2 SSD on windows 7?
    Thank you papusan will try it out hope it works I really hate Win 10 I really miss 7.
     
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    StormJumper Notebook Virtuoso

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    Some more background?
    1. What O/S version?
    2. What GPU hardware do you have?
    3. Motherboard hardware
    4. What drivers did you download and install and from where?
     
  8. LiLCruz

    LiLCruz Notebook Enthusiast

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    I took hmscott advice removed Windoze X & installed Windows 7 It feels good be back.:notworthy:
     
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    steberg Notebook Evangelist

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    Just bought a HP notebook for my daughter, and the second I saw those horrible Tiles on the start menu, I wiped the HDD and installed Win 7, it looks so peaceful now... And runs circles around Win 10!;)
     
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    You only bought 2 years worth of update after that malware will be lurking for you. I installed Windoze X and had no problem with my Nvidia driver problem.
     
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