The problem is the PC and not drivers.
That looks like a nice enough PC but the story could be that it has never been cleaned or maintained. That is, do you know to keep the heatsinks clean and the fans running?
So I bought a G920 Driving Force wheel to use on my PC. For an hour or so the wheel was working fine until my pc started to slow down significantly and programs stopped responding. So, like I usually do when I have a PC issue like this I restarted it, and now my pc will not boot. I tried multiple things to get it to boot, but I have determined it's due to bad drivers which I get when I connect the G920. I formatted my HDD and reinstalled windows completely, and it booted fine and worked fine. Plugged in the wheel again, and the same thing happened. Slow performance, so I restarted and no boot again. My PC just sits at motherboard opening screen, and sometimes I can enter bios, sometimes I can't. My drive with said drivers installed isn't even a boot option. This is all happening because of the G920 drivers, and I'm not sure what to do. I confirmed its a driver issue because if I dont connect the wheel my PC works as usual. Any advice is appreciated, thanks