I used the display driver uninstaller, and installed the latest AMD drivers. I also tested RAM, which passed. Things seemed to go well, but then BSOD returned with a vengeance. Sadly, I had to revert back to Windows 8.1. It was simply too disruptive and time consuming to have to deal with. Maybe I will just buy a new Windows 10 machine. Not today, though. Oddly enough, I have two machines which have suffered no issues from the upgrade to Window 10: a Lenovo Flex 10 netbook and an old Dell. Although, the Dell went from a fairly fresh, clean install of Windows 7 to Windows 10, and the Lenovo came stock with Windows 8.