GPU Driver Issues

Has anyone had an issue with the latest windows 10 update where the drivers bug out and so the UI in a negative filter and if so how do I fix this. I have tired DDU and it worked but when I reinstalled the drivers using GeForce experience the problem came back
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  1. You're being very vague! What GPU, brand/model etc What driver release exactly. Also, system spec please, listing all components/models

    Don't use Geforce Experience. It's a junk tool. Install the driver manually selecting only the components you use. You can do a clean install from the driver installer. Choose custom install, and select the clean install tickbox.

    A picture of the problem might be helpful too!
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  2. geforce gtx 650ti im using the latest drivers
    amd a6-6400k
    8gb ram
    500gb WD hard drive
    how do i add a picture by the way
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  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oikFr4-Yhdk

    this is how it looks like but its on windows 10
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  4. sam_guveya said:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oikFr4-Yhdk

    this is how it looks like but its on windows 10


    Okay, it could be the GPU failing. But first try re-seating the GPU just to make sure it's in the slot correctly.

    Then you could look at running something like HWmon/HWinfo to see if anything is overheating. You can report back your GPU/CPU temps.
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  5. sam_guveya said:
    geforce gtx 650ti im using the latest drivers
    amd a6-6400k
    8gb ram
    500gb WD hard drive
    how do i add a picture by the way


    you can use a service like imgur to upload the photo. Then you post the link here and we can view it.
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  6. https://m.imgur.com/x43RrdQ
    This is an image of my screen
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  7. sam_guveya said:
    https://m.imgur.com/x43RrdQ
    This is an image of my screen


    oh yeah, that's pretty bad. It's most likely the GPU. Could be failing, could be overheating.

    You have an integrated GPU. I'd suggest connecting the monitor to the iGPU, and see if you have the same problems. If you don't then you know it's the 650ti.
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