I had this same issue. I believe I had a conflict with another driver because I combined all windows 7 drivers into one folder. So I created a new folder with just the 6510 drivers in them and made a new selection profile just for the drivers of the 6510 and then made a new task sequence that just injected those drivers with windows 7. updated deployment then I installed the image and it worked no more BSOD. Hope that helps. But for some reason I had missing driver for the fall sensor so I had to add that separately.
this may have been a hardware issue. we have another 6510 here that installed just fine. Dell support is capturing the original system. We do have out drivers segregated by system type already but i'll keep your other steps/suggestions for reference. thanks...
I had this issue as well. By accident I found that if I have a dell mouse connected during the install this happens. Disconnecting the mouse and then installing works. I can connect the mouse after the install just fine. I do have a common driver library for all our computers so this could be a driver issue.
We are having issues with the E6510 and WDS / MDT2010, as well. After adding the drivers, we can get into the initial boot selection, but the imaging is just super slow and eventually does not complete.
The problem I had was with the USB key. Adding all drivers to the USBKey caused the blue screen. I changed my selection profile so it only used the WinPE key, E6510 drivers, and desktops.
As far as drivers every system I have has it's own drivers. It takes more time but makes it easier to update and find issues. I believe the earlier drivers from the M4400 or M6400 was the culprit for why I was getting the error. The PE enviroment doesn't need that many drivers.
By the way...the Intel video driver is out of date for all HD series. I had to download the Intel driver from the Intel site and then blend them into the Dell CAB files. I have only done it on the E6410 so far. It fixed the brightness in the Intel properties from going to full brightness after clicking on a UAC pop up that dimmed the screen. In order to do this you need to extract the CAB file...delete the whole video directory under the Intel RXXXXXX version in the Dell CAB listing and then copy the entire Intel version over. Delete all drivers from MDT in the OOB section for the E6410 and reimport them back.