If the computer was assembled earlier & you experienced the DSOB after the 840 evo then it might be the SSD. Are you sure you are only experiencing the BSOD ONLY when you install the USB 3.0 drivers??
From our side we can provide the generic driver we have for your unit. You can download it at the following link:
As Ziad says, another good idea is to check the other devices you have in your system like the SSD. I recommend you checking with the computer manufacturer this information so they can provide their drivers for your system.
Thanks for your replies, but I figured out the problem. I updated my BIOS version, after which the installation of the driver was successful.
I've injected both USB 3.0 drivers for Intel 8 and 7 and it's causing a blue screen on Dell 9020 (Intel 8 series) and Lenovo T430 (Intel 7 series).
Is there any driver from Intel for both?
Epichok, from our side we can provide the graphics driver but my best recommendation is to contact the Computer Manufacture so they can provide the drivers that have been specifically designed for your unit.
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The series 7 and series 8 usb 3.0 drivers use the same device id ("IUSB3\ROOT_HUB30") for "Intel(R) USB 3.0 Root Hub". Preinstalling a series 8 driver on a series 7 system will cause a STOP 7E bluescreen when it plug and plays.
This is what fixed my problem.. Lenovo desktop machine with USB 3.0 Extensible drivers blue screening all the time.
Series 7 drivers fixed the issue.. (The link for the Generic drivers above worked 2 weeks ago but doesn't anymore) I've had to do this a few times as I have about 50 of these machines with an image that isn't quite correct.
Thank you for sharing this information here. I am sure it will be very helpful for other customers.