Original Title: BSOD and Audio Issues.
I updated to Windows 8.1 a little over a week ago and it has been giving me nothing but issues. Last weekend, I ran into a BSOD every time I restarted my computer. It would give me error messages like, DRIVER CORRUPTED EXPOOL, BAD POOL CALLER, SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED, and IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL. After countless attempts of restarting in Safe Mode and such, I finally got back into my laptop. There was an issue with the Bluetooth driver, so I updated it and the issue seemed to be solved. Then a few days ago, I restarted my laptop and I got two more BSODs. After that, I realized that when I plugged in my laptop into my HDTV with an HDMI cable, it would not recognize the TV as a playback device. I finally found that my Intel audio driver as having issues, so I updated it and it worked for the time being. Then today, I tried connecting it to the TV again and ran into the same issue. The driver from before was already updated, so I restarted my laptop and the BSOD happened again. The errors were the BAD POOL CALLER and DRIVER CORRUPTED EXPOOL. I've attached the DMP files for the crashes today, but unfortunately the others weren't in the folder. Any help would be appreciated.