I had the same issues, also a Lenovo (Erazer X510). I was getting constant BSODs after a clean install of Windows 10 Pro. It took me about a week of trying various drivers before I finally got it stable. Tried all sorts of combinations, really unsure what finally fixed it but certain it was audio and/or network (coincidentally all RealTek hardware...) . IMHO Lenovo drivers are "not the greatest".
At this point I have Windows update set to not install drivers. I'm afraid that any driver replacement, particularly audio or network, will knock me back into the weeds. Conversely, I'm also afraid of my drivers getting out of date.
Wish there was an easy way to backup drivers only so I could turn the driver updates back on yet be able to go back without full image restore. Yes, lots of driver software out there, most are PUPs if not outright malware...
Last edited by wreckwriter; 17 Jan 2016 at 11:40.
Driver Magician Lite will back up drivers "only" for you. The ones listed in RED are the one that are not included in the OS.
You also can just "rollback driver" in Device Manager if one comes through that borks things.
backup of your drivers, in case you need to revert in the future.
I didn't check/change the RAMs yet, as the other 8GB will arrive tomorrow. Hope everything will run smooth after.
One thing I noticed after I fresh installed the Windows is this partition (last one on the list)
I read somewhere that it might be caused by not installing a proper driver. Should I stay with the drivers provided by Lenovo and disable MS updating my drivers?