UPDATE: After uninstalling KIS2015 the 2016 installation did not cause a BSOD. As this is a kaspersky issue, not a windows issue, I have reported it to the software vendor.
I have a bit of an interesting problem. Trying to install Kaspersky Internet Security 2016 with 2015 already installed on Windows 10 seems to rather reliably cause a BSOD. I haven't tried doing the installation without 2015 installed as I wanted to get this post done in case the uninstallation triggers another BSOD.
OS: Windows 10 (Release version)
Install type: Upgrade from Windows 8.1
OEM OS: Windows 8. Subsequently updated to 8.1 (Clean install) and 10 (Upgrade)
Age of system: 1.25 years
Age of OS install: ~7 months including Windows 10 upgrade (1 day on Windows 10)
CPU: Intel Core i7 4500U
Video Card: Integrated and nVidia GeForce GT 740M
Model: F6C70PA#ABG (A.K.A HP Pavilion 15-n214tx)
OS is on SSD with documents. Music, videos, games and such are on external HDD's
I suspect it's something to do with the Kaspersky setup. I have attached the files requested in the sticky.
I also have a full backup from before the Windows 10 upgrade and have install media for a clean WIndows 10 install (Extracted from the install.esd file downloaded by Windows 8.1 for the upgrade) so if push comes to shove I am happy to try that option.
Edited by doggie015, 30 July 2015 - 09:33 PM.