Realtek 9.1.410.2015 Driver Renders Windows 10 20H2 Installation Unusable


Systems such as those with H110m motherboards with the Realtek 9.1.410.2015 network driver experience "Critical Process Died" blue screen errors.


In the case of this particular situation, it is advised to install the latest version of the network driver available from the network chipset manufacturer, Realtek.

Follow the steps outlined in this support article:

Adding a New Machine Type to a ggRock Image using the ggRock Seamless Boot Procedure

General Outline of Procedure

1. Using the ggRock IC Tool, write your image from a PXE booted system to a standard internal hard drive/ssd.

2. Install the drive into one of your systems.

3. Boot the system from the internal drive (not PXE).

4. Download and install the latest Realtek driver.

5. Generate the VHD image using the ggRock IC Tool.

6. Copy the new system image VHD file to an external USB drive.

7. Plug the USB drive into your ggRock server.

8. Import the new system image to your ggRock server.

9. Set at least one system to boot from the new system image.

10. Boot that system up to determine if the issue is resolved.

Additional Information

The ggRock system mounts images (system and game images) over iSCSI which means any interruption in network connectivity will result in an immediate blue screen similar to unplugging a SATA cable from a standard drive a system is booted from.

This particular revision of driver is unstable under high network loads, and therefore results in "Critical Process Died" blue screens.