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Uncheck GPU in ACR's preferences.
This is the history of video drivers. One bug fixed, two new ones introduced. And so it goes.
In any case you don't really need to have GPU checked in ACR. It's mostly there to speed things up for people with 4K/5K displays.
Thank you to you all. My problem has been fixed.
I was having the same problem after installing a new, updated, graphics card. I also had tried everything prior to seeing this post. It has also resolved the annoying issue!
I have had the same problems for a very long time never did before Windows 10. Yes, unchecking GPU in ACR's preferences does the trick but loses some functionality like scrubby zoom.
I am sure it could be sorted out if Adobe Nivida and Microsft put their heads togeather. But one good thing came out of this problem for me and that I switched over to Lightroom and never have this problem with that application.