I recently upgraded a computer from Windows 7 to Windows 10 due to Microsoft's end of support. Since I upgraded, however, I'm running into an annoying sporadic reboot issue. The computer in question will spontaneously restart every 30 minutes to 2 hours with a CRITICAL_SUPPORT_CORRUPTION (0x109) error. I've done an sfc /scannow, a chkdsk /f, and a dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth. All of those commands indicate no issues. This computer is a little dated (purchased in 2010) and I suspect it's a driver (parameter 4 of the BSOD dumps show 0x1c), but I can't figure out which one is causing it. I've viewed these dumps using Nirsoft BlueScreenView, and tried to look at the errors in Windows Event Viewer, but I can't see where the issue is. I've bundled the last 3 dumps and the MSInfo32 info at the following web address. I read on your blog post that you can analyze these dumps. Any help would be appreciated as this has been driving me nuts all week.
Thanks in advance!