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08-20-2016 02:56 PM
08-20-2016 04:32 PM
back up all your data from your computer on to an external hardware or a flash drive , and then run a recovery on the computer , the recovery will cause the computer to go back to windows 8.1 and all the data will be lsot and u will have to update it to windows 10 again , steps to run recovery
- power down the note book
- as soon as you hit the power button , keep tapping the esc key on the top left corner until a new window opens up(the start up menu )
- choose the option f11 and choose the option trouble shooting, and run the option called recovery
08-20-2016 04:43 PM
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Sorry, but the built-in HP Recovery process is most likely to fail. This is because the Win10 Upgrade is known to corrupt the HP Recovery information: HP Recovery Manager Blocked After Windows 10 Upgrade - HP Support Forum - 5170752
If you are certain that the Nvidia driver update caused the performance degradation, then why not simply remove those drivers and rollback to an earlier version?
After that, you should then modify Win10 to not do any more driver updates: How to stop Windows 10 from automatically updating device drivers - windows 10 - Windows 10
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08-21-2016 02:04 PM
recovery partition may not be corrupted also , least when i came across few computers where the recovery was successful , pls do give it a try