There is indeed nothing concerning fortunately
The NTFS (Windows File System) driver is a driver from Windows, Windows drivers can only be updated through Windows Update.
In case you would ask, you can't force a specific update.
Back again. I've recently upgraded the HD that I thought might be the culprit but the BSOD's are still happening every so often. Them seem to be limited when I'm putting a hard drive under heavy load (2 times the past few weeks while using Adobe Lightroom, once while using Cyberlink Power Director). Attached are the latest log files. Thanks again.
What AV do you have?
Please update your BIOSCode:ffffd000`2e7bb240 fffff801`a0e78520 tcpip!UdpTlProviderSendMessagesCalloutRoutine ffffd000`2e7bb248 ffffd000`2e7bb310 ffffd000`2e7bb250 00000000`00000001 ffffd000`2e7bb258 fffff801`a0e78535 tcpip!UdpTlProviderSendMessagesCalloutRoutine+0x15 ffffd000`2e7bb260 ffffd000`2e7bb701 ffffd000`2e7bb268 ffffd000`2e7bb420 ffffd000`2e7bb270 ffffe001`cc415360 ffffd000`2e7bb278 fffff801`a0e78520 tcpip!UdpTlProviderSendMessagesCalloutRoutine
ASRock > 970 Extreme4
AV = AntiVirus, your protection software
Alright, +1 for WD