I've had this happen to about 15-20% of all Win 10 systems at my office. The entirety of the ones with issues are Microsoft Surface devices. I guess MS cannot test for all hardware, but why can't they do that for their own overpriced crap?
Your 1 in ten thousand public number is not accurate in my experience. Personally I've had three times with Win 10 where I had to do full rei-mages as a result of MS breaking their native driver or similar on my own Surface Pro 3 twice and once on my surfacebook.