Dear forum members, is it possible to block drivers install fromW10(1607 RS1) operational system itself, not from windows update through internet, (which is quite easy to block with the provided tools already) so that I can install the manufacturer drivers, or other drivers which possibly working well with legacy hardware? I found a way to do that through Group Policies, Group Policy Editor (gpedid.msc) but the problem there was that windows will not allow any driver installation for the specified hardware id, afterwards this policy is enable. Even with disabled Driver Signature Verification, or on test mode, with disabled virus protection, the third party driver installation is going well, but by finishing installation it asks rebooting, without internet connection, and after rebooting windows, OS still installs its own, let’s say native driver, not that one which tried to install. Problem occurs with Asus laptops, maybe with other ones also, originally delivered with Vista OS. I already met 3 of them. Windows 10 1607 RS1 is working fast and smooth on these laptops, but the sound is terrible. There is no physical problem with the speakers, because the start sound before posting, sounds loud and clear. Also on Vista OS are working properly. With native W10 drivers, sound cracks on laptop speakers and on earphones. Clearly driver problem. Have manufacturer drivers, I have the latest AC97 realtek drivers version 6305_Vista_Win7_PG537, but windows will not allow the installation of them with no way. Does somebody has a clue?