You have Driver Verifier enabled. Please disable it unless asked to turn it on. Follow directions here:
Part Three: Disable Driver Verifier
Driver Verifier is a diagnostic tool built into Windows 10, it is designed to verify both native Microsoft drivers and third party drivers. Driver Verifier's verification process involves putting heavy stress on drivers with the intention of making bad, outdated, incompatible or misbehaving drivers fail. The required result is a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) which will generate a crash dump for debugging purposes.
Machines exposed to Driver Verifier will run very sluggishly due to the stress being applied to the drivers.
Driver Verifier - Enable and Disable in Windows 10
Pay close attention to
and make sure the correct boxes are checked.
It is not advised to run Driver Verifier for more than 48 hours at a time. Disable Driver Verifier after 48 hours or after receiving a BSOD, whichever happens soonest.
Always create a Restore Point prior to enabling Driver Verifier.
What we're looking for is a BSOD with a mini dump that will tell us what driver caused it.
The latest dump indicates a problem with your Nvidia driver.
Test some more after you disable Driver Verifier.
fffff801`2067a228 fffff801`b32e767dUnable to load image \SystemRoot\system32\DRIVERS\nvlddmkm.sys, Win32 error 0n2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for nvlddmkm.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for nvlddmkm.sys
As stated above:
It also can make good drivers fail at times so turning it off is the first step.
verification process involves putting heavy stress on drivers with the intention of making bad, outdated, incompatible or misbehaving drivers fail.