The solution according to this user: Other forum... ok then...
I already solved (I hope) anyway...
Apparently you can download this file (From windows official page): https://support.microsoft.com/es-es/help/3073930/how-to-temporarily-prevent-a-driver-update-from-reinstalling-in-windows… which allows you to "Hide" an update, there you can hide the tedious update v15.
Or (I didn't try this one yet) when the update 15 replaces your more actual driver you just go to the device administrator, select the video driver, option and then choose reverse to older driver, and the windows should understand (apparently) that you don't want to use that driver.
If you go to: Control Panel > System > Advanced System Settings > Hardware > Device Installation Settings , you can choose "No" and it shouldn't download drivers from windows update anymore. Note that it shouldn't download ANY type of driver for all your devices.
You can also disable the "windows update" service and windows 10 won't update ever. If you want to update again you just re-enable the service.