Well i sat down yesterday after reading another post and trying a few things for myself. I now have windows 10 on my SSD without Firmware update and running 100% stable, spent the evening playing Guild wars 2 with no probs. I am sure its a mix of MS and Kingston, here is what i did.
1: Pulled my SSD out and ran a spare mechanical HDD, installed 8.1 from dvd, let it update to windows 10. Was activated also automatically.
2: Installed Acronis True Image and backed up my HDD partitions to a storage drive.
3:Loaded the dvd i burned with windows 10 on it, used the Media creator tool from MS, Then shutdown and removed my HDD installed my Predator m.2 back in and booted from the DVD, I deleted all partitions using the windows installer and let it create the partitions again. I then QUIT the installer and shutdown.
4: Reconnected my HDD and Booted from that, then used Acronis to restore the backups of my partitions to the SSD. After it was done i shut down again and removed the HDD.
5: When i Booted from the SSD i got an error stating incorrect boot device. I reset my PC went to UEFI bios, went to advanced mode and to the BOOT section, I changed to OtherOS and unloaded boot keys, also CSM disabled. i saved settings and exited bios and when PC posted the windows recovery started, i then selected to Reset Windows option, which resets and then re installs windows by itself (My DVD was ejected)
6: So i sat and watched it reinstall windows in 5 minutes. After it was done i reinstalled boot keys in bios and re enabled correct OS mode and its been perfect.
So now i have Windows 10 on my drive and running stable for 2 days now. I must say its more a software issue than a hardware one. I am no expert and i managed to do it. I wont bother with a Firmware unless i run into issues, which i don't see happening.
Acronis was FREE with my SSD, so this cost me nothing but time. Ohh and Windows IS Activated!
Edited by stix75 - 10/14/15 at 1:23pm