Do you know what that driver is for?
Looks like it is commonly associated with a USB device from ST Microelectronics or something called Sound Tap.
Very little information that I can find.
Update or upgrade it if possible.
If you don't need it, find it and break it by renaming it to stdriverx86.OLD replacing the file extension .sys
see if your crashes go away.
Typically it'll be here C:\Windows\System32\Drivers
But it could also be elsewhere, so you may need to do a search of your C:\ drive for it.
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