That's a very very bad idea. For laptops you get the drivers from the maker or if the maker has an update tool then you use that.
Using Microsoft's update driver is the pandora's box of troubles.
If you blew up Windows you can try System Restore to go back. Which you did. If you want a driver, hit the laptop maker's web site next.
I have a Lenovo Y700 laptop with a AMD Radeon R9 M385X.
I tried to update the driver the other day by going through my device manager and searching for available updates, the reason why I checked for updates is because when I tried to access the Radeon settings software which is the only way to adjust screen size when I HDMI to my TV, but it told me I had no driver installed.
After i had installed the driver my screen began slowly at first to blink not in a screen malfunction way, but more like windows was refreshing it self every two seconds. I couldn't click the start menu or anything, but i could access task manager which was not refreshing with the rest of windows. I then rebooted windows to a previous state. my laptop is still working and games are performing but I don't believe it is accessing the proper video card because the driver is not installed. I obviously don't want to install the driver the same way again, can anyone point out how I may fix this problem.