Hello all,\n\nThe problems began when Windows Update mysteriously offered updates to drivers I already had installed or for devices that I don't have (i.e. Intel Xeon E3). I made a System Restore point and updated, only for it to fail and my video driver broken.\n\n\n\nOpening the device manager and attempting to update drivers yielded this:\n\n\n\nAfter restoring the System Restore point, I googled and found a lot of people asked the same question on this forum, but each solution was marked "this fix is specific to the user in this thread. No one else should follow these instructions as it may cause more harm than good," so I guess I will post yet another one to get this issue solved.\n\nIs there perhaps a general solution to this problem, so we don't have to keep asking you guys this question?\n\nI am running Windows 10 Pro x64 build 1809 and SFCFix did not solve the problem (I attached SFCFix.txt anyways)\n\nThanks for your help!! :D I will be eternally grateful.\n\nAs a side note: I actually would not care about this problem except I started getting BSODs of DPC_Watchdog_Violation (which apparently stems from outdated drivers) and plug-and-play wasn't working (I'd have to manually install drivers in device manager whenever I inserted a new USB stick for example) and I couldn't install VMWare (looking through the logs, lo and behold I find "The Configuration Registry Database Corrupt") and of course, not being able to update means I'm stuck on an insecure version of Windows.