So I've got a home-built system, recently did a fresh install of Windows 10. Twice now, I have left the system alone for a while, only to come back to a bluescreen with hex code 0x00000119. I checked the minidump file, and it seems to be identifying mcupdate_GenuineIntel.dll as the culprit. I checked the event viewer logs, and it seems that at the same time, there were errors resuming from hibernate or sleep. I have since disabled hibernate, since I'm on a desktop and using an SSD anyway.
Any thoughts? There were no issues of any kind while running Windows 8.1 for the past 2 years on the same hardware. RAM tested okay, and there are no hard drive errors. I can also confirm that all drivers are up to date from the manufacturers.
Motherboard - ASRock Z87M Pro4
Processor - Intel i5-4570
Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost