Random BSOD after a recent update

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Does anyone know how to remove major update packages for Windows 10? Because it's fucking my PC up so hard to the point that my VGA freeze every 5 minutes ingame. Error shown is Video_TDR_Failure (NVLDDMKM.SYS). I got that BSOD one or 2 times, every other time the VGA just started stuttering gradually, eventually coming into a halt and then a forced reboot.

I'm pretty sure this was caused by one of the update that Microsoft forces me to install because these kind of problem have never happened before, which you can see here https://www.dropbox.com/s/5bc0ouh6tpqe25j/New Bitmap Image.jpg?dl=0
(Dunno why img bbcode doesn't work for me)
IMO I think it's because of KB3141032. I could be wrong though
And here's the minidump file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/n05fw06qmzsvbtm/031916-31390-01.dmp?dl=0
Right now I've just uninstalled the newest Nvidia driver that I updated in a panic and reversed back to 355.98, but I haven't tested it yet so I don't know if it's because of Nvidia fault's or Ms fault's, but I bet it's because of Ms since I got these kind of stuttering into a complete halt right after the update.

And as a final note, should've stayed in Win 7 or 8.1...

P/S: Oh, and if the stutter is not severe enough, it'll go into this:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/5bc0ouh6tpqe25j/New Bitmap Image.jpg?dl=0
 
Hi,

I would suggest doing a clean install of the graphics card driver.
- First I would suggest running Windows Update again and install all updates available.
- Next is to uninstall the Nvidia graphics driver in Device Manager.
- Once done, uninstall anything related to Nvidia in Device Manager.
- Once uninstalled, download and install the latest driver from the manufacturers site.
- Here's the link: nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx
- Reboot your PC once the latest driver has been installed.
- After the reboot do test your PC again and see if you'll get the same error or not.
 

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Hey, thanks for the response. But I already did that to no avail. Then I decided to roll back to an earlier driver which works fine for many people (355.98). The problem still persists. If this keeps up I'm afraid I'd have to make a clean install of Windows 7 or 8.1... Any other solution?
 

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