I've been having trouble with my Windows 10 (64 bit) desktop computer. At 5 past every hour, without fail, it gets BSoD. Doesn't matter how long the computer has already been on for, and it doesn't matter what I'm doing on the computer. If it's 10:05, 2:05, 3:05, or whatever, it crashes. This just started happening last night.
I realized the crash pattern once I installed BlueScreenView and saw that each of the minidump files were timestamped with the same XX:05 time. Also, in all the crash files, the main culprits listed are either "ntoskrnl.exe", "aswSnx.sys", or both. The only exception is the first one (happened 6/15/2016 at 9:05:16 PM), which also lists "k57nd60a.sys" as a culprit.
To clarify, each BSoD has been classified as SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION.
UPDATE: Within the Task Scheduler I found a task called "GoogleUpdateTaskMachineUA" that was scheduled to start at 2:05 am every day and then repeat every hour for a duration of 1 day. The last time it was carried out was 9:05 pm yesterday, which exactly coincides with the first instance of the BSoDs. I disabled it and it seems to have stopped the BSoDs from happening. Now the question is, how can I fix the task so that it works properly? Because I'd ideally like to still have it running in order to keep my Google Apps updated.