It is unlikely to be the driver itself. My Hi10 Pro says, driver date: 08/03/2017, version 18.104.22.16824, which is very up to date.|
There are a couple of easy things to try, but you really need a usb keyboard.
I have seen your symptoms when the device decides to display to a second screen over HDMI, even when one is not connected. If you have a keyboard, you can try
a few times, to cycle through the display options. You can do this without logging on.
If you have a keyboard, is there some incantation to get to a safe boot ? F8 used to work, but I am not sure with more modern machines.
Someone may have a more specific suggestion, but if you fiddle with the right setting in the bios, windows decides the machine has changed enough to check all devices on booting. Sorry I can't remember an exact setting, but when playing with bios options, I noticed that windows occasionally noticed something had changed.