You will also have to remove Windows~BT folder from C Drive.After deleting these files, go to the BIOS (press DEL while booting up) and enable UEFI Boot before trying to upgrade again.
Reading the minidump requires a bit more technical knowledge, but Microsoft has tools to read the minidump.
In reality, the most common cause of blue screen errors is a device driver problem.
The event log can be viewed using the event viewer.
Right-click Computer in the Start menu, and then select Manage.
Together with the filename of the driver or module, this will give an indication of the error cause.
Another option to analyze the cause of the blue screen error is to look at the Windows system event log or to debug the memory dump (minidump) that Windows created when the error occurred.Blue screen errors, or blue screen of death (BSOD) errors, are the most severe errors Windows can encounter.Since Windows can not recover from this kernel level error, a blue screen is displayed with the error details.The file name in the blue screen of death can help identify the driver. Such tools will accurately identify your computer hardware, including any device causing an error, and automatically install the latest drivers for it.In most cases updating or reinstalling drivers will solve your blue screen errors.New insights can help others, or maybe we can help you with specific STOP errors.Windows 10 too has the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) or Stop Error screen that appears when you are in the middle of something, upgrading the operating system, when booting or simply working on your PC.Blue Screens in Windows 10/8 are simple and do not display Stop Error information.You may have to force Windows 10/8 to display Stop Error details.From there, you have to run the upgrade installer again.You will not be stuck with a half installed Windows 10.