Sorry for the delay in responding, I had a severe problem with my eyes and wasn't able to post for a while.
I've been back for about a month and I'm glad that you bumped the topic (but sorry to hear about the BSOD's)!
I note that this is an HP computer.
Have you run the built in HP diagnostics (F2 on boot)?
The latest set of memory dumps (January to March 2017) tend to suggest hardware issues also.
This can also be a compatibility issue or a low-level driver problem.
As such, let's:
- update the Cyberlink webcam software as it's driver dates from 2013. I suggest an uninstall (rather than an update) if you are able to find replacement software for this on the HP site
- uninstall the SmartDefrag program as it's driver dates from 2013
- update the rest of the drivers directly from the HP website
- create HP recovery media (as the next steps will involve a reinstall of Windows)
If that doesn't fix it, please run Driver Verifier according to these instructions: http://www.carrona.org/verifier.html
Please let it crash the system at least 3 times before submitting the reports
The purpose of this test is to make a final attempt at trying to force the system to identify a problem driver.
If this doesn't fix things, then use the HP recovery media to completely reinstall Windows.
Don't forget to backup your data first!!!
As it will likely restore to W8, then you'll have to update to W10 again.
Another option is to install W10 clean from the Microsoft site - but this may mean that you won't have all of the HP software that came on the system. But this is the way that I prefer to do it, as it eliminates the chance of a problem with any of the HP software..
If you do decide to install W10 clean, here's the link for the download: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10
Once the system is recovered, run the HP Support Assistant software until the system is fully updated. (if you clean installed W10, you'll have to install it from the HP website).
The run Windows Update until the system is fully updated.
You can install any programs that you like - but be sure to verify that they are W10 compatible BEFORE installing.
If that doesn't fix it, then the problem is most likely in the hardware.
At that point, I'd suggest posting over in the Internal Hardware forums for more expert advice: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/f/7/internal-hardware/
I've opened up several of the Spectre laptops, but there's just not that much that can be done inside the case. Usually the only easily replaceable parts are the Hard drive, the RAM, and the wifi card