DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (wdf01000.sys)

I am getting a fairly regular (approx. every 15 min.) BSOD with this error. I tried to debug the dumps myself but the debugger just spits something about kernels at me and I can't figure out how to make it work.

Dumps are here. It's a brand-new computer build. Ran for about 3 hours without any issues then suddenly this started. Not sure what sort of information is needed to diagnose this issue but just let me know and I can get it.

 
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Last updated August 15, 2018 Views 11,643 Applies to:
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If the drivers are up to date regarding USB, and it's happening on specific ports, this implies a faulty USB port from the case. Don't worry/get anxious, this happens very frequently, as most case-based USB ports are extremely flimsy. In fact, mine stopped working over a year ago :~)

Regards,

Patrick

Debugger/Reverse Engineer.

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