Perhaps this will help someone it worked for me, install 'Nvidia Win 8.1 x64 Driver 344.75' in order to get 'Nvidia control panel' to come up you have to open 'Task Manager' and end task process: 'Nvidia User Experience Driver Component' Tried the 344.75 drivers with custom and clean install, did not work. Removed the earlier generic driver as well before the attempt. Tried to find the 'nvidia user experience driver component' from the task process and it hs not even been started, however I have no trouble in viewing the nvidia control panel to come up. The system shuts down when it attempts to install the drivers. Canon Pixma Mp280 Driver For Windows 10. I'm not sure, but it's possible I always had nVidia's GeForce Experience program installed when I installed or updated the video driver. GeForce Experience won't find any updated drivers with the Technical Preview, but I believe I did have it loaded. Also, I downloaded the nVidia Windows 8.1 x64 driver for my Windows 10 TP installation.
Do you have anything odd showing up in your Device Manager? EDIT: Have you waded through the geforce forum thread on Windows 10 TP to see if there's anything in there that might help? You are seeing the same thing I am seeing. A question, if you don't mind. On that motherboard, if you remove the power by unplugging or turning off the power supply, after you restore the power and boot, does it start for a couple of seconds and then restart to boot normally?
I am trying to find out if something is wrong with mine. I will check and confirm this asap. But for now, I don't think it restarts twice everytime I start it. Have I understood your question right? Hp Officejet 7500 E910 Driver For Windows 10 on this page.