You REinstalled the graphics driver. That shouldn't make any difference indeed. You should installe the latest version, downloaded from the makers site.
In case of issues, like this, the least you could do is to tell the make and model of the graphics card, and the current version of the driver. No help is possible without it.
And contacting the tech support of the maker seems more effective than posting here. What do they answer when you complain about their latest driver not being compatible with the Creators update?
Until this is solved, it seems best to go back to the previous version of Windows. Thanks for the warning anyway.
I just upgraded my laptop from build 14393 to 15306 creators update via windows 10 update assistant.
The upgrade process took a lot of time (especially the last configuration stage) but finished OK. But when I tried to boot into the newly upgraded system, the system UI wasn't functioning normally, I couldn't open start menu or file explorer and everything else, and the task manager showed that all of system's processes were trying to grab CPU clock by turns.
After some research into the problem, I found out that the graphics is to blame, 'cause when I unplug my second monitor system, then everything is OK - the system bootup normally. So I tried to reinstall my graphics driver, but to no avail, the problem reappeared everytime I replug my second monitor in place.
It's the first time I've problem with windows update process, and it's so frustrating. Have anyone got the same problem with 15306, or knows how to solve this problem, please help me, thanks！