I don't know how to turn off Turbo Boost in BIOS - how do you do that?
I feel that I should add at this point that the BSODs are rather erratic - they do not appear to occur on a schedule or in response to a certain program. They seem to happen less frequently than when I first posted about this problem a while ago, but it's hard to tell. Lately, I've been going several days at a time without using the computer, so it's hard to tell how often the BSODs occur.
I tried to update all of the drivers that dated before W10. Here's a list of what I was able to do for each of them. As you can see, I was able to find many of the drivers in the Device Manager and check for updates using Windows' automatic driver updater. However, I was not able to find updates for some of them.
Nvidia driver (nvlddmkm.sys) - updated using Windows automatic driver updater for the video card
Logitech SetPoint HID Filter Driver (LHidFilt.Sys and LMouFilt.Sys) - updated by downloading and installing Logitech SetPoint
Realtek High Definition Audio Function Driver (RTKVHD64.sys) - link on carrona.org would not work, Windows auto driver updater says it's up to date
Logitech SetPoint Unifying KMDF HID Filter (LHidEqd.Sys and LEqdUsb.Sys) - updated by downloading and installing Logitech Unifying Software
Kionix Freefall Protection Driver (kiox_ff_driver.sys) - Windows automatic driver updater says this is up to date.
Thermal Framework Driver (esif_lf.sys, dptf_acpi.sys, and dptf_cpu.sys) - Windows automatic driver updater says this is up to date.
Intel WIDI Bus Enumerator driver (iwdbus.sys) - Windows automatic driver updater says this is up to date.
Intel® Serial IO I2C Controller Driver (iaLPSSi_I2C.sys) - Windows automatic driver updater says this is up to date.
Intel® Serial IO GPIO Controller Driver (iaLPSSi_GPIO.sys) - updated using Windows automatic driver updater.
Dell Diags Device Driver (DDDriver64Dcsa.sys) - I found this in Device Manager under Dell Diag Control Device. Windows automatic driver updater says this is up to date.
Killer Networks Ethernet Card (e22w8x64.sys) - Windows automatic driver updater says this is up to date.
Airplane Mode Switch (DellRbtn.sys) - I updated two drivers for this, both found in Device Manager: "Airplane Mode Switch" and "Airplane Mode Switch Collection." Both were updated using the Windows automatic driver updater.
IntelHaxm.sys, stdcfltn.sys, DellProf.Sys, and iaStorA.sys - I don't know where to find these drivers.
Intel Management Engine Interface (MEI) driver (TeeDriverx64.sys) - I found this in Device Manager, like many of the other drivers. However, there are two of these drivers, both identical. Windows says that they're up-to-date, but they both date from 2006. I don't know where to find the drivers, and I don't want to disable either one of them, but it seems weird that there are two (very old) drivers under the same name ("Microsoft Windows Management Interface for ACPI").
Thank you so much for your help.