I have found out that this was indeed the PCIE bus filter driver by AMD. But it never worked properly and people had to replce it with a generic Microsoft driver.
See links below.
Only thing is that everything works fine in windows7, but when I update he still goes looking for the atipcie.sys file.
Nobody any idea?
Should I request this to Microsoft?
I have the exact same problem. Using AMD chipset with embedded graphics. Upgraded to NVIDIA card. When upgrading from Win7 to Win10, I get the same error. I followed the instructions to remove atipcie.sys, but it didn't change anything. Had to rollback the upgrade.
Did you have any antivirus active during the installation? This includes Windows Defender. If it was, try disabling it and reinstalling the driver here.
I did notice that Gigabyte has no Windows 10 drivers listed for that board, so I'm not certain if it is compatible with the OS. You might contact Gigabyte support to confirm if you haven't already.
Another test you can run at the command prompt (as administrator): "sfc /scannow" without the quotes. If it reports you have system file corruption, likely your best option is to reformat/reinstall Windows.
And as this is an upgrade, that is also something to test: a clean (non-upgrade) installation of Windows 10.
you have the AMD 760G chipset with the SB710 southbridge, all this is built-in with Windows 10
so you not be having problems with the motherboard
given you are using a NVIDIA card, you need to disable the HD 3000 graphics in the BIOS so that there are no clashes, ordinarily this should be automatic
reset you BIOS to so that everything works as its supposed to
you should also install Windows 10 clean, the latest builds will now accept 7 and 8 keys