I took some days off to troubleshoot this BSOD of IOMAP64.sys
**This conflict can give you any or all of the below BSODs:
It does not have to with:
-Corsair Link (tested very well)
-Your display driver (nvidia especially, tested on old and updated drivers version 388)
-Any windows update (tested on Windows 10 Version 1607 with and without updates-clean)
-Your bios version (tested with 701, 801, and 906)
-Uninstall "Aura version 1.04.29" and restart.
This would solve the problem insha Allah because this utility is the root of the problem.
If not, which is not expected to happen at all, install a clean copy of windows and do not install Aura at all.
Some people say it's because of Asus AI suite 3. Yes the file 'IOMAP64.sys" is part of the AI Suite 3, but I had no desire to drop that utility out of my Asus machine!
So, I came to a solid conclusion that "Asus Aura" interferes somehow with that IOMAP64.sys and that causes this conflict which results in our IOMAP64 nightmare BSOD.
Aura is a utility that comes with ASUS Motherboard CD to change the RGB LEDs of your motherboard.
Having known the reason, I prefer to drop this utility off in expense of having a stable PC with AI suite running perfectly.
**note you can install Aura, set the lightening you want and then uninstall it before installing AI Suite 3.
You don't need to worry about your lightening preferences being cleared from your motherboard. It won't.
**you don't need to uninstall any display driver or to boot from UEFI instead of BIOS.
Enjoy the AI Suite xD