So, you have updated your graphics/video driver and now the system is not working properly. The quick option to fix this is to roll the driver back to the previous version and see if that helps.This article is going to show how to roll back a graphics driver on your Windows 10 PC.Here is how to roll back your video drivers:1) To start this process, Right click on the Start button, typically found at the lower left corner of the screen. 2) From the list of options that will pop up, click on Device Manager. 3) A Device Manager window will appear.Once in Device Manager, click on the arrow next to Display adapters to show the list of installed video drivers. 4) Double click on your video/graphics card driver listed here.(for this example we are using the NVIDIA GeForce GT 740) 5) Click on Driver at the top of the properties window (if needed)Under the "Driver" tab, select Roll Back Driver. 6) Select any reason for rolling back, then select Yes to continue. 7) The screen should flicker/flash/go off and on for up to 30 seconds and then will bring you back to the properties screen for the driver. Note that the Roll Back Driver is grayed out, this confirms it was successfully rolled back.Now click on Close and you are done with the roll back process. If you are still running into issues, you may want to try a clean install of your video card drivers. Please check out our guide here for instruction!