Faulty hardware corrupted page error (Blue Screen Error)

I just upgraded my computer (ASUS TP500L) from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10. Out of nowhere, the Blue Screen error keeps happening, even though my computer wasn't under heavy load (I think). I haven't had this error, when it was Windows 8, but now that it's Windows 10, it happened once in every 2 or 3 days or so. What can I do to prevent the error from happening?

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Yes, there is! Roll back to Windows 7 and be happy!

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I'm assuming after 3 full months of Windows 10 being out this issue has not been resolved? Glad I just updated from Windows 7 to Windows 8.1, way more stable than W10

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Dell Inspiron 1525

- Ran fine for months with Win8.1

- Allowed the Win10 update

- Faulty_Hardware_Corrupt_Page errors pop up every week or two now

- Have been through several Win10 forced update/reboots and the problem still occurs

- Dell does not offer any Win10 driver updates for this model

- Waited too long and am no longer able to roll back to a stable OS

I'm getting tired of loosing work - will probably wipe and reinstall 7 or 8.1 if nothing changes.

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I haven't seen any kind of announcement, but I would like to report that my Toshiba Portege has not crashed in about three weeks. Since I was getting 1-2 a week, I think one of the service packs that has come out may have resolved the issue. I wish I had a more substantive answer though.

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Thanks. I have also heard from some that I might need to update my drivers since I switched to Windows 10. However, this has been happening for sometime now.

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I don't know what MS did, but I not seen this error since last friday. Looks like some update fixed this problem.

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I don't think so. Just few days won't prove that the problem was solved. For me, it took 2 weeks to happen. 

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I don't think so. Just few days won't prove that the problem was solved. For me, it took 2 weeks to happen. 

Well, you was right. Error occured again only a few minutes ago.

Also, I think that I figured source of error for my laptop. ELAN Pointing device (touchpad) driver tried to update every two-three day till Fri eve, but always failed to do. Since Friday it offered to update again, but I declined this offers.

But. But today, this update tried to install AGAIN with some other MS updates, without of asking me. As result BSOD with this error :(

And ofcourse it failed to install AGAIN...

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I upgraded both my Acer Aspire One and Dell Inspiron 1525 to Win 10 from win 7 and since have had numerous and frequent (2 or 3 times a day) BSOD errors including Faulty Hardware : corrupted page IRQL errors and others. Having carried out sfc scans. windows memory diagnostics, repeated memtest86 tests, updated all drivers and even completely re-installed Win 10  (also had to re-install all apps) have concluded it's Win 10 that's the problem.  Nice to know the BSODs won't harm my kit, but the loss of data,  interuptions and wastes of time aren't doing my sanity any good.

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Crash dump analysis
Asus X450LN

http://pastebin.com/JiJWRtCD (FAULTY_HARDWARE_CORRUPTED_PAGE)

http://pastebin.com/WCxGGMCM (FAULTY_HARDWARE_CORRUPTED_PAGE)
http://pastebin.com/3hNVc2CC (IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL)

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