Updating your driver
Your previous answer was deleted for being a link only answer, in my opinion, correctly. Sadly most of them behave like a bull in a china shop.The easiest way would be to use the official Microsoft trouble shooting guide consisting of a downladable tool which enables the option to hide updates, as known from previous Windows versions.I kind of posted this more so there that there's a reference than anything else.Looks like Crixillian's link only answer covers the same ground anyhow.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.
The procedure below will block updates for all versions of the driver, present and future.
The following file is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center: Download the "Show or hide updates" troubleshooter package now.
When you click on the download link, you will be prompted to open or save wushowhide.diagcab.
Totally blocking Windows Update is also unacceptable.
In Windows 10 (Version 1607 - Redstone - Anniversary Update), you can now set a group policy to not install driver updates by default.