The accepted answer will only block one particular version and has to be re-executed every time a new driver version comes out on Windows Update, which is not very practical since we will find about it too late, when the device stops working.
Step 1 : Find device hardware ID In Device Manager, right-click on the device, choose Properties, then in the Details tab set Property to Hardware Ids and copy the displayed id.
However this only enables you to hide a driver update; you have to uninstall it manually. Details on the Microsoft site can be found at support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3073930: To temporarily prevent the driver or update from being reinstalled until a new driver or updated fix is available, a troubleshooter is available that provides a user interface for hiding and showing Windows Updates and drivers for Windows 10.
You can obtain and run the "Show or hide updates" troubleshooter by downloading it from the Microsoft Download Center.
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.One can block Windows Update from updating one particular device.The procedure below will block updates for all versions of the driver, present and future.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.
It will check for newer versions, and if one is available, will guide you through the decisions you'd need to make.