Starting on the 17th, which is how far back the dump files should go, my computer began receiving a BSOD with the error "REGISTRY_ERROR" whenever I would leave it idle for about 4 minutes. Previously I've never had any issues with this computer. Everything's at stock. I'm also in the Windows 10 preview build, and should be receiving early updates if I understand that portion of the program correctly.
Previously, to try and remedy the issue myself, I recorded footage of my desktop and then left the computer idle, with task manager on the screen viewing what was using up most of the CPU, because I had previously discovered my computer would jump in CPU usage shortly before crashing. It was something being run in the background by Windows Defender, and conveniently Windows Defender has something that begins running in 4 minutes after idle, so I turned Windows Defender off, and that solved the issue for most of the day yesterday, until Windows Defender turned itself on again and crashed the computer with the same error.
Turning off Windows Defender has not solved the issue since, and I've even tried permanently turning it off through Group Policy, but now even when off, the computer crashes the same way. Without turning it off through Group Policy, it turns itself on almost immediately after being turned off. It has also had about 5 updates throughout the day.
My temporary solution is to move the mouse a bit every once in awhile if I'm away from my computer, otherwise I get the BSOD again.
Thanks for the assistance in advance! I hope I've provided enough information.
Edit: I just visited the "Security and Maintenance" tab, clicked "Start Maintenance", and that caused the BSOD almost immediately. It would seem that this automatic maintenance activates after the computer is left idle for a few minutes, and is the culprit. I have no idea why though. Before the BSOD happens, CPU, Memory, and Disk usage rise really quickly.
This is just right now with Chrome open
This is the peak after starting "Start Maintenance", 10 seconds before the BSOD
This is the final second before the BSOD