I used to have Windows 7 on this system with no issues. After upgrading to Windows 10, several buggy things started occurring:
1. During the upgrade process and afterwards every time I booted the system it would halt on a blue screen and say:
The Digital Signature of a file could not be verified\windows\system 32\drivers\Tpmx64.sys
Error system code Oxc000042B
I would have to hit F8 to change startup options, and then choose option 7 "Disable driver signature enforcement." which would allow it to continue booting up.
2. It began to show a pop-up window every time upon logging into Windows that said, "The SoundMAX audio driver did not load. You may need to re-install SoundMAX."
3. The BSOD events also started happening. There has been no particular program or activity that seemed to cause it. It happens both when I'm at the computer and when it's idle. It seems to happen every 1-2 days on average.
I decided to do a clean re-install of Windows 10, hoping it would clear up the issues. It did eliminate issues 1 and 2, but not the BSODs. It's always been the MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error message both before and after Windows 10 re-installation.
I did Memtest86+ for 18.75 passes and no memory errors occurred. In addition, I never had any BSODs previously with Windows 7, so I'm pretty confident it's not the physical memory.
I am attaching the .zip file as well as the results from running WinDbg on the two most recent MEMORY.DMP files. I used the BlueScreenView program to look at the minidump files and with all of them the driver in the stack at the time of the error is ntoskrnl.exe. In amongst all the WinDbg output it says:
ADDITIONAL_DEBUG_TEXT: Memory Manager detected corruption of a pagefile page while performing an in-page operation. The data read from storage does not match the original data written. This indicates the data was corrupted by the storage stack, or device hardware.
Hopefully I've collected enough info that someone can help me finally figure this bugger out. Thanks in advance.