My 'mean' machine chucked a wobbly on Saturday....
Dunno what happened, but those wonderful BSODs referenced 'asmtxhci.sys' which is an ASUS USB3 driver.
I have a vague feeling it might have been caused by plugging in a mem card reader earlier that day.
Being a 'devoted' user of True Image 15, I had incremental backups of the OS and a last full one that dated to Wednesday ... which is ultimately what I restored to.
Being clever, I also have in place everyday backups of 'current stuff' that may be on the OS drive...so even those can be more recent.
Most of the 'simple' options aren't open to me as the OS is on an M.2x4 card that Win 7 has no understanding of and thus cannot find it to 'repair'.
In between I also have a 'normal' SSD install of Win 7 which I can switch to in the BIOS though that dates further back to the beginnings of this machine. If I can remain 'confident' my rescued system is solid I can perhaps also restore it to the SSD and have something more current.
About the only issues I still see are the Explorer mouse is sluggish [the Level 10 one is fine - I use both]...and the comp says it cannot communicate with the UPS ...which suggests that may be on its last legs.
More to investigate, I guess...