Only upgrading your system to Windows 10 is not the end because you also have to deal with lots of issues. According to a report, some updates of Windows 10 are conflicting with Nvidia’s driver system that generates various types of display problems for the users. After upgrading system to Windows 10, driver start conflicting and so you get broke image picture and stuttering problems while playing video games. While the easiest trick to deal with this issue is to reboot your computer after Windows Update is finished installing video card drivers, but if it doesn’t work then apply the below given guide.
According to Nvidia “The GeForce Hotfix driver is our way to trying to get some of these fixes out to you more quickly. These drivers are basically the same as the previous released version, with a small number of additional targeted fixes. The fixes that make it in are based in part on your feedback in the Driver Feedback threads and partly on how realistic it is for us to quickly address them. These fixes (and many more) will be incorporated into the next official driver release, at which time the Hotfix driver will be taken down. “
Nvidia released latest drivers to fix the issue. You can fix all types of Window 10 driver issue with the help of the latest released update i.e. 353.63. You can download these latest drivers your computer or laptop directly via Windows 10 update or you can also go through the manual download option.
- Go to the Windows Update and install package KB3073930, but make sure that you check on the box present along with the “prevent the problematic driver or update from reinstalling automatically the next time Windows Updates are installed” option.