Windows 10: BSOD ON WIN 10 Help Please! Solved

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  1.    01 Apr 2016 #51

    Keep axe0 Posted!

    Hi axe0,

    I think you have sorted my problem, system stable for the last few days, however I did find something out you will be keen to know about.
    Turning OFF Windows Update as you suggested does not work in Win10 Home Premium only in Pro Version.
    This why the driver was being continually loaded against our wishes.
    You can fool Udates in Home edition by removing Internet cable and going WiFi, then Setting your network connection to 'Metered',

    Stop Windows 10 from automatically downloading the Updates. You can do it as follows Settings app > Network & Internet > WiFi > Advanced options. Move slider to On position for Set as metered connection.

    The Nvidia 341.92 driver I had is not a good one.
    I am now using 341.95 and Windows cannot update it!
    I will keep tabs for a couple of weeks or so then mark Thread as Solved, Fingers Crossed.

    Thanks for all you help.

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