error in windows 10 unexpected kernel mode trap

Error for windows 10 unexpected kernel mode trap, it keeps coming and can’t find any best solution.

After countless attempts at trying install Win10, I found the solution that worked for me.

I simply uninstalled Bluetooth, Wireless, & Intel RST (Intel Rapid Storage Technology) Programs &

Drivers on my current SSD.

When I initially performed a clean install of Win7 on a diffrent SSD, I loaded the MB’s chipset drivers, LAN drivers,

Audio Drivers & Graphic Card Driver (Nvidia in my case).  That was it.  Nothing else.  Win10 installed….no problem.

Thinking this over, I wondered what the difference between the two SSD’s were, and bingo!

With my Win7 SSD, all programs were installed including Bluetooth & Wireless Programs (specifically

Microsoft Bluetooth, Broadcom Wireless, & Intel RST), whereas, the new SSD didn’t have them!  In uninstalled

them, then reattempted the Win10 Upgrade…

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