well the driver
sweeper method would also be my first suggestion.
There's really only two viable posibilities here with a consistent error like that.
1 the driver or installation thereof is corrupted
2 the physical device (the graphics card) is failing.
You should be able to run driver sweeper in safe mode.
You can also disable windows automatic driver installation at startup
- Go to Start–>Search type in gpedit.msc
- Click the file to open the Local Group Policy Editor and show Windows who is in control!!
- You want to go here: Computer Configuration->Administrative Templates->System->Device Installation. Click on the subfolder Device Installation on the left and on the right side you will see the possible restrictions.
- Right Click on Prevent Installation of Devices not described by other policy settings and edit this option, set it on ENABLED.
Reboot Windows and enjoy its inability to pollute your system with its standard driver, open gpedit.msc again and revert the change so you will be able to install your driver.