Windows 10: Blue screen shortly after fresh windows 10 install

  1.    22 Sep 2016 #1

    Blue screen shortly after fresh windows 10 install

    Hi. I've seem to have gotten a strange issue with my computer. I suddenly got an infinite boot loop accompanied by a blue screen (IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL). I connected my SSD drive to a different computer, but with the same result. I then reinstalled W10, but shortly after the same problem occured. My first thinking was that there was something wrong with my SSD drive so I installed Kingston SSD toolbox to check for faults, but it couldn't find anything. I've also run memtest86+ all night without finding any RAM faults. I've now installed W10 on a different hard drive which seems to work fine for now at least. Is it possible for me to have a faulty SSD drive that Kingston toolbox can't detect? Is there anything else I can do to further narrow things down?
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  2.    01 Oct 2016 #2

    It's not an SSD issue, I got the same BOD error on a different drive. Perhaps it's a driver update that causes it? If so, what do I do other than turning off windows update?
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