The driver above should work out of the box with Windows 10. The problem may be not be the driver itself but instead [Fast Boot] not loading it properly or at all. You could try turning [Fast Boot] off and see if that will fix your problem, and or you can try re-installing said trying under Windows 8.1 compatibility mode.
1. Navigate to Control Panel, System and Security and Power Options.
2. Select ‘Choose what power buttons do’.
3. Click ‘Change settings that are currently unavailable’.
4. Uncheck the box next to ‘Turn on fast start-up’ and Save changes.
Fast startup is a sort of hybrid shutdown and hibernate mode that isn’t without its problems. One of them is issues with loading drivers.
If that doesn’t work, try updating the driver mentioned in the error text. The error will read similarly to ‘Error: KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED (YOUR-DRIVER.sys)’ which seems most likely related to SATA.
Perform a search on the filename you’re seeing in your error text to find out what driver it relates to.
1. Navigate to Control Panel, Hardware and Sound, Device Manager.
2. Find the hardware in question, right click and select ‘Update Driver Software’.
3. Reboot your computer if directed to.
Hopefully, that will fix the error!