Nvidia drivers are a perfect example. When updating those, you shouldn't use Express unless there's Zero driver issues. Express reads what driver versions are installed, and skips any that match or are newer. It only installs over older version numbers. The problem there is many times outside influences, especially audio and Windows, will do a partial update and end up changing the code, corrupting it, but the driver version remains the same. So you can Express install drivers 100 times and never fix the bug.
Better to use Custom install, which removes, then installs, everything from scratch, clean, even if it means installing drivers that already exist in perfectly healthy working order. Which is what DDU does for video drivers, but there isn't a DDU for motherboard/chipset drivers.
Chipset drivers get stored in Windows/Drivers folder, so they are accessible during boot. A common mistake is when ppl install/update the drivers, that didn't work, so they reinstall windows and still have an error, not realizing that they just deleted all those chipset drivers from Windows. And they are positive there's new drivers, they just installed them.