Solution / Fix
The simple fix to this annoying bootloop is simple, when the driver installer comes up with the message, mimimize the screen or "Windows + D" to minimize all window and goto desktop.
Step 1: Uninstall Realtek Sound Driver in Device Manager
You can access "Device Manager" by:
- Right click "This PC" or "My Computer" on your desktop and click manage, or Window + R to show run box, enter "compmgmt.msc" and click on enter.
- Click on Device manager
- Goto Sounds, Video and Game controllers.
- Right click "Realtek High definition Audio"
- Click on Uninstall.
Step 2: Restart
Goto the driver installer, and click next, let it do its thing and restart.
NB: If the "Dolby advanced audio" application bugs you about any error, ignore it, after the installation and restart, all will be intact