Whatever I try, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update always ends up in a BSOD (either 00225 in winload.efi or 0020017) and then re-initializes on previous version.

In this answer PeterG said one way to overcome the BSOD would be to force the Samsung NVMe disk to use the IRST driver instead of Samsung and/or Windows 10 driver. So far I did not succeed in doing this. Any idea on how to do that?

My set-up : ASUS G752VY with Samsung 950 PRO SSD NVMe, AHCI in BIOS

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    If you are going to reference a different question you will ave to link to it. You should assume we are not familiar with whatever was said by another user. – Ramhound Nov 2 '17 at 14:09
  • @magicandre1981: thanks for updating the question. – user809291 Nov 3 '17 at 7:06
  • Please don't vote-down a question just because of syntax reasons. If you need more information, then ASK. Remind me again why voting down is a thing? This person has a legitimate question and is asking for help. Voting him down isn't helping anyone with similar issues. Think before you act. – ThatRandomGuy Nov 8 '17 at 0:52

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