Intel® Compute Stick STCK1A32WFC supports only Windows® 10 32bit. The next generation with Core™ M3 and M5 processors will support Windows® 10 64bit.
The latest graphics driver version is 126.96.36.19938
I suggest you to reset the stick pressing F8 during start up process, update the operating system then, install our drivers.
Well, I returned the old stick earlier this week and got a replacement. Same exact thing happened. Immediately out of the box, I couldn't even successfully boot into Windows so I reinstalled W10 64-bit and got a BSOD for ks.sys when installing graphics drivers. I reinstalled W10 32-bit this morning and used all the drivers specifically for the STK1AW32SC using 32-bit Windows 10 and I still could not install the graphics drivers without that same BSOD.
I'm not sure what the problem could be. That's the 2nd Compute Stick I've had this problem with now. Maybe I just got two defective ones in a row by chance. Nobody else who bought one on Amazon is having this kind of trouble with drivers. I set everything up correctly, I've had it plugged directly into the wall for power at all times so it was never accidentally power-starved by plugging it into the USB on my TV like some people try.
I think I figured it out:
It doesn't like my Vizio. I decided to give it a try with the no-name brand(Sceptre) HDTV in the living room and the driver installed fine. Went and plugged everything back up to the Vizio I've been using this whole time, and sure enough it BSODs almost immediately. It's a half-win since apparently I can't use this on the TV in my room but I did kind of want one for the living room TV anyway. For reference, my Vizio is a 2013 42" E-model. I tried a different HDMI port as well and got the same results.
I have 10 of these (STK1AW32SC) and having the exact same problem.. I've got the following variations of VIZIO television, and all 10 of the devices bluescreen (Exception Error - KS.SYS) immediately when connected to any one of the VIZIO TV's..
VIZIO is a fairly popular brand in the US, so I would expect some degree of compatibility testing during the product development phase that included at least one of these products.
These sticks are plain vanilla out of the box, with zero changes.. I've tried forcing the native Microsoft driver and that works for about 5-7mins.. but then subsequently bluescreens. I've even gone as far as to disable Windows Updates for the Intel driver (by installing Microsoft's "Show/Hide Updates" tool) to ensure that the Intel driver isn't being inadvertently recognized by the OS and installed over the native driver... and that doesn't work either.
I've installed the driver detection tool from your website, and updated all of the drivers.. and no luck.