Giving Up on My Lenovo T570 Blue Screen Death (BSOD) Issues

I spent days trying to figure out the issue for Lenovo T570 Blue Screen of Death. I started to get Blue Screen of Death on my Lenovo laptop after updating Windows 10 and then updating Lenovo drivers using Lenovo Vantage. I waited a week or two, but the issue was never fixed. This is what to try to solve the issue

First: I updated everything using Windows Update on Windows 10

Second: I updated All drivers using Lenovo Vantage

Third: I updated Nvidia graphic card using GeForce Experience

Fourth: I updated Intel HD graphics & Bluetooth driver using Intel Driver & Support Assistant

Fifth: This step started by uninstalling Thunderbolt and downloading the critical update from Lenovo’s website. It is called Critical Intel Thunderbolt Software and Firmware Updates – ThinkPad. I was surprised that Lenovo Vantage didn’t download this software to fix the issue for me, so this is more of a manual step. You can find the list here from Lenovo website and scroll down until you find your model. First I installed Use Driver Package or Higher, but there was a version so I removed it first then I installed the one I downloaded. Second I installed Use Firmware or Higher. 

After all these steps still the issue is on going, which I assumed it was fixed because it didn’t show for few days. I am taking it to Lenovo and if they can fix it, I will stick to Apple Macbook Pro forever.

Update: Lenovo will fix the issue for me by replacing part of the connection to the hard drive. According to them it is a hardware & software issue. It will take them 2 weeks to get the part and fix the laptop.

2 thoughts on “Giving Up on My Lenovo T570 Blue Screen Death (BSOD) Issues

    • ryuker says:

      Hello Helmut, I got it fixed by having Lenovo replace internal parts of the laptop. The issue was very common in these laptops and it is in the hard drive connection parts. Once it was replaced, the issue has stopped completely. When I was going to other stores, where they told me to replace the SSD and Ram, nothing fixed the issue, so don’t waste your time and have Lenovo replace the damaged internal parts

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