If the BSODs continue it's likely hardware. Samsung has it's own system for drivers and such so you would have checked there already.
(specs: Samsung NP350V5C; Windows 10 64 bit; Intel(R) Pentium(R) CPU B970 @ 2.30GHz; 6 GB ram)
Hi! So, this weekI had about 5 successive Blue Screens of Death ("system_thread_exception_not_handled (ntfs.sys)") on my Samsung NP350V5C notebook/laptop. This was like the culmination of about a week of lag affecting my web browsers and games, which have become very unresponsive at times.
Googling seemed to indicate that this is a question of outdated drivers? So I downloaded the Intel utility, which wasn't able to detect any drivers in need of updating. I then went to the driver's properties, and it too said my drivers were updated (running version 220.127.116.1129 installed in May 2015); however, looking at Windows Update history, there was a failed attempt to download drivers for Intel HD Graphics on the day that I installed Windows 10 (which I did on 14 August).
I experienced no problems during the first month of using Windows 10. Everything, in fact, appeared faster and more responsive! The only major addition since installing Win 10 has been cumulative updates for Star Wars The Old Republic. I've defragged my HD, run spyware and antivirus scans (AVG, Malwarebytes, and SuperAntiSpyware), checkdisk - all to no avail.
It's been so frustrating, and now Windows Search appears to be lagging as well! I really hope there's a solution. Thanks in advance!