Thanks for the reply! I saw it last week and have been continuing to make some progress. You are correct about the title, this is a NP700Z5B-S01UB but I don't see how to edit my mistake. Could a moderator assist me? As far as the Settings software thread goes, I was going to just update some info there regarding where to obtain that same version of settings since the model you had mentioned was no longer available for selecting downloads to keep people from poking around at random. I installed Settings 22.214.171.124 and and I am able to change a number of things, including brightness and backlighting. However, I don't see ExpressCache as showing up. I'm not sure if that is by design or if there's a misconfiguration. I installed ExpressCache by formatting the iSSD and deleting the partitions. After that was done, I located and installed the Lenovo 1.3.118 software for Windows 10 (found here). It installed without any issue, restarted the PC, and automatically formatted and configured the drive. I restarted a second time and it was noticeably faster and I was able to use ECC commands on it. I abandoned SR5, the backup I had, and Windows 7, given how promising Windows 10 was looking. I will need to capture a new Windows 10 for use as an initial image once I get the AMD issue worked out as well as install a newer version of SR. My biggest issue that remains and keeps this from being a success is this AMD card. I have isolated it completely to the card and have a strong suspicion that the FeatureTestControl values for Intel and/or IntelKMD that are installed by default are wrong, even with the Leshcat drivers. I've used DDU in safe mode to remove any and all traces of both the Intel and AMD drivers as well as deleted the C:\AMD folder to ensure that it's all gone. Upon restarting, both were set up as Generic Display Adapters and I was able to install the AMD Leshcat driver successfully as well as the Intel driver (after restarting from the AMD install). It's important to note that despite the AMD card actually being a Radeon HD6490M, that Windows 10 actually renames a lot of these "legacy" VGA cards to K7400M, so having the wrong name isn't so concerning anymore. At this point, the right resolution options were available, I was able to use HDMI to hook up to another monitor, and things were looking great. It's as soon as I restart from that point is where it goes back to the black screen of death that is so common. If I disable the AMD adapter then it works again, but then the Intel adapter doesn't work with it's drivers anymore either and loads up a generic driver. I'm going to continue playing around with different FTC values to see where the sweet spot is that stops this black screen of death and will let everyone know as well as create a guide for this model for those that need it.