I looked at all the 1/11 dumps and they bounce around with not a whole lot of useful info in them.
Looks like you have both Ethernet and WiFi network connections. Check to see if there are newer drivers for both.
Also some memory corruption reported. Could be RAM or device driver as the cause. Would be good to test your ram to eliminate it as a possible cause.
Follow this tutorial: MemTest86+ - Test RAM - Windows 10 Forums
MemTest86+ is a diagnostic tool designed to test Random Access Memory (RAM) for faults. MemTest86+ will verify that:
- RAM will accept and keep random patterns of data sent to it
- There are no errors when different parts of memory try to interact
- There are no conflicts between memory addresses
Memtest86+ runs from bootable media to isolate the RAM from the system, no other components are taken into account during the test.
MemTest86+ needs to run for at least 8 passes to be anywhere near conclusive, anything less will not give a complete analysis of the RAM.
If you are asked to run MemTest86+ by a Ten Forums member make sure you run the full 8 passes for conclusive results. If you run less than 8 passes you will be asked to run it again.
MemTest86+ has been known to discover errors in RAM in later passes than the eighth pass. This is for information only; if you feel there is a definite problem with the RAM and 8 passes have shown no errors feel free to continue for longer.
Running 8 passes of MemTest86+ is a long and drawn out exercise and the more RAM you have the longer it will take. It's recommended to run MemTest86+ just before you go to bed and leave it overnight.
Take a picture when done and post in the forum please.
If that doesn't show any problems then give Driver Verifier a try:
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 Driver Verifier's verification process involves putting heavy stress on drivers with the intention of making bad, outdated, incompatible or misbehaving drivers fail.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 verifier generated BSOD with a mini dump that will tell us what driver caused it.