You system seems to be having a driver/operating system corruption. In this case you can uninstall any of the video drivers and Windows* will use a generic one with limited functionally while the actual driver is loaded.
To prevent any kind of issues, make sure to use the latest drivers that are provided by your motherboard or computer manufacturer and do not use the generic drivers provided through Microsoft* updates, and avoid the usage of generic drivers through our site.
If the issue persists, the only option left would be a operating system repair or restore or a fresh install of the operating system.
Thanks for the advice. Yes I am aware I am experiencing a driver / system corruption issue.
My question is, is there anything more that I need to do to fully remove the Intel HD Graphics Family Driver other than the standard Windows driver removal proceedure?
I as as there seems to be issues in the removal of AMD and nVidea drivers that extend beyond simply the standard Windows removal proceedure and would like to know if there is more to the intel graphics driver removal that I am unaware of before taking the step of an OS reinstall.