Do not load on Windows 10. It will give you a "Kernel auto boost lock acquisition with raised irql."
Once you get that you would need to go to a previous restore point. I tried to uninstall the NDAS driver in safe mode, no luck. Then I disabled the NDAS service and rebooted. Still got the BSOD.
Fortunately, my system was setup to create a restore point just before installing the NDAS drivers. So I was able to restore to the previous point and recover.