Opening wushowhide.diagcab will launch the troubleshooter. Then click Next to proceed and follow the instructions provided by the troubleshooter to hide the problematic driver or update.
Must gone missing during copying from the not undeletable post.
@agstudy has it right - you need to install the newer version of R, then restart RStudio and it will automagically use the new version, as @Brandon noted. R() function, analogous to the install.packages() function or the update.packages(function).
ok, I use a Mac, so I can only provide accurate details for the Mac - perhaps someone else can provide the accurate paths for windows/linux; I believe the process will be the same.
However Crixilian posted a solution I didn't found.
If it's possible to unclouple drivers by changing the hardware settings in System properties, that might be more convenient.
@Nor Phi, you should repost the answer and declare that you don't work for Microsoft. And also ask it not to be deleted as the link is the answer and it would be useful to others.
Is there any way to stop Windows 10 from updating it again?
This will keep your R installation up-to-date, and you needn't even move your packages between installations (which is described in Ryan Stochastic's answer). Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?
Every time Windows 10 runs updates (which I see no way to control), it updates my graphics driver. It's just that the comments are temporary and may be [email protected] Phi - If you post an answer ( or edit the answer that was deleted )with the full resolution contained within an answer I will award a 100 reputation bounty to it.
If you choose to download and install a newer version.