Windows 10: Laptop BSODs consistently during upgrade to 10586 via ISO
Laptop BSODs consistently during upgrade to 10586 via ISO
So whenever I attempt to upgrade to Windows 10 Build 10586 from an ISO it blue screens and reverts to 10240. I'm not sure what exactly is causing this so would appreciate any assistance and guidance.
Laptop is a Sager NP4650 i bought through a 3rd party dealer, had Windows 7 Ultimate on it when i got it and I upgraded it to Windows 8 Professional, to 8.1 Professional, and lastly Windows 10 Pro. 12GB RAM, intel core i5-4200m 2.5GHz, and a Nvidia GT 740m.
ISO i'm using is the latest from MSDN labeled en_windows_10_multiple_editions_version_1511_updated_feb_2016_x64_dvd_8379634.iso
Interestingly no dmp file was created during any of the attempts at upgrading, only the dmp from the crash that prompted me to fully update the laptop.
The dump, if created would have been removed during the rollback to 10240 I believe.
The last few dumps are caused by Kaspersky AV, file klflt.sys.
Uninstall Kaspersky then try the upgrade. Download the latest and install after the upgrade completes.
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