Question Multiple Bluescreen Errors


Jan 19, 2013
For the longest time, I've been having blue screens about once every 4-9 days, sometimes even sooner than that.
The most recent dump file can be found here:
One thing I noticed just before the blue screen happened was that Windows Defender stopped working and Event viewer listed it as stopping.

It's almost never the same kind of BSoD either.
I used to have Memory Management, IRQL Less or not equal, then it moved to simply crashing and restarting itself without a blue screen, and now I'm getting DPC Watchdog Violation and, just now, System Service Exception.
The BSoD before this one was linked to Nvidia drivers, but installed the latest driver, so it may have fixed something with that.

It seems to be driver related, but I have no idea where to start with finding out which drivers need updates and which ones don't when I don't know where to find the location where I would download the updates.
Checking through Device manager just lists each driver as "up to date."

Any help would be appreciated here, it might take another 4 days before I can give another dmp file though.

Things I've tried already:
sfc scan shows nothing wrong
Memtest86 had 8 passes overnight, no memory issues
Ran Chkdsk in read only mode, no issues spotted, I haven't run /r /f
updated graphics card driver
updated BIOS to latest
I tried using Driver Verifier twice, both times put me in a BSoD loop I could not get out of without resetting the main drive. I refuse to use it anymore.
I've installed Windows 10 Twice and had BSOD issues on both.
Malwarebytes scan shows no virus (I've never had a virus on this PC)

MOBO: Z97s SLI Krait Edition
GPU: Nvidia 980ti
PSU: Corsair 750w
RAM: Corsair (2x8)16gb DDR3
CPU: Intel i7-4790k
OS: Windows 10 Home 64 bit
No overclocking

Again, any help would be appreciated. I just want my PC to stop crashing every several days.
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Jan 19, 2013

Does anyone know what I could try next?
I'm honestly just considering using the last of my bank account to just buy another PC at this rate and I really don't want to do that.